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Brown Bears, Grizzly Bears, Science Reports, Animal Reports, 3rd grade science

Brown Bears, Grizzly Bears, Science Reports, Animal Reports, 3rd grade science

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  • 1. GRIZZLY BEAR Alejandro M. Science Report Mr. Castrellón May 2014
  • 2. Introduction In this slideshow you will learn about the grizzly`s range, anatomy, interesting facts, habitat, family life, diet, map of range, and life cycle. So, please enjoy my slideshow.
  • 3. RANGE One of the maps is where the grizzly lived in the past then and now. The second map with the orange is where they live now.
  • 4. Anatomy
  • 5. Interesting fact Males are called silvertip. In North America in the 1700s there were 100,000 grizzly bears. Grizzly bears can be bluish. They have a hump that is full of muscle. If the mother is not healthy or does not have enough fat the babies will be observed back into the mothers body. A grizzly can eat 40 moths in one day. They can run as fast as a car on a city street 50 km (30 miles per hour).
  • 6. Habitat The grizzly bears habitat is the forest, mountains, plains, coastlines of Alaska, parts of Canada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Washington.
  • 7. Family Life When the cubs are two or three years they can take care of themselves. When they are 5 or 6 they can start their own family. The female grizzly raises her family in the winter den. By April, the cubs can see and walk.
  • 8. Diet  Grizzly bears eat berries, salmon, animal caresses, meat, plants, grasses, wildflowers, roots, nuts, honey, insects, fish, and clams.
  • 9. Map of Range
  • 10. Life Cycle Cub Juvenile Adult