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  1. 1. Grizzly bears
  2. 2. The grizzly bear is a North American subspecies of the brown bear. Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae Genus: Ursus Species: arctos Subspecies: horribilis This is a chart of what the grizzly bear is classified as and where it fits in in the animal kingdom
  3. 3. The common name for the grizzly bear would be the grizzly bear You would know that that would be the comon name Because every one calls that animal that name
  4. 4. a majestic and powerful symbol of the wilderness. It is no wonder, as t of North America, and since the 1970’s these bears have been under in l provide information on the past and present life of grizzlies, as well as
  5. 5. Geographical range of a grizzly bear You can find grizzly Bears in the Colored area at Left The organization supports bear conservation ecology studies in 6 ecosystems, which are scattered throughout Alaska, the Lower 48 (Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming) and in Canada.
  6. 6. The foods that a grizzly bear eats The grizzly bear, like its cousin the black bear, is omnivorous, meaning it will eat plants, as well as insects and other animals. searching for food. Forbs, roots, tubers, grasses, berries and other vegetation, and insects comprise most of the bear’s diet. But grizzlies are very adaptable, finding and subsisting on a variety of foods if necessary. The grizzly diet can include small rodents, fish, carrion, and even garbage and human food if it is easily available
  7. 7. The main two predators and dangerous prey that grizzly bears have would be the wolves and the buffalo wolves attack in there packs and buffalo attack using self defense.
  8. 8. ���� ���� FUN FACT SLIDE ���� ���� HOW DO THEY COMMUNICATE? Grizzlies talk to each other with growls, snorts and roars. They also use body language and sometimes click their teeth. much of their diet consists of nuts, berries, fruit, leaves, and roots. Bears also eat other animals, from rodents to moose