At this moment the grizzlies live in Alaska and the western territories of Canada, but their homeland is Asia.
In the 19th and early 20th centuries, these bears were massacred by poachers and farmers, after which hunting for them was prohibited by law.
Grizzlies can weigh more than 400 kg.
While walking on 4-paws, the height of the grizzly is 1 – 1.2 meters, if it will stand on its two hind legs, then its height will already be 2 – 2.4 meters.
Although grizzly bears are large animals, 75% of their diet consists of berries, leaves and nuts. They also feed on fish, rodents and moose. Those grizzlies that live in forests are mostly vegetarians.
When preparing for hibernation, grizzly eat up to 25 fish per day (to get more fat reserves for the winter).
Hibernation lasts from 5 to 8 months. During hibernation, their metabolic processes, respiration and pulse slow down and they survive due to fat stores. During hibernation, the grizzly can wake up at any time.
The grizzly grasps are so long that they are equal to the length of a human finger.
Grizzlies can reach speeds of up to 50 km / h. They are also excellent swimmers.