This slide show is about the grizzly bears
and you are going to learn about their
diet, habitat, body size, map range,
family life, life cycle and interesting facts.
Hope you like my slide show.
During the summer and fall, they will eat
grasses, berries, nuts, small animals, fish,
and ground squirrels. Grizzlies must eat
as much as 80 to 90 pound (36 to 40 kg)
of food each day.
The grizzle has lost much of its natural
habitat in North America. People
wanted the land for industry or
agriculture. When people take over
prime grizzly habitat, it drives bears
higher into the mountains.
Grizzlies are 6 to 8 feet (1.8 to 2.5
meters) long. Weigh 400 to 500 pound
and adult female grizzlies weigh (130-
200) and males weigh (180-360).
Alaska, Canada, Washington, Idaho,
Montana, Wyoming, Colorad, North
Heisphere, Europe and Asia are their
A mother grizzly nurses her young
cubs. Cubs gain weight rapidly during
this time. Birth of the cubs occurs early in
the year, when the mother is in her den.
During this time they also learn how to
avoid danger from other bears and
hopefully humans. Cubs spend two
years with their mother. Mother may see
their cubs in later years but both will
avoid each other.
First it’s a cub, than a young adult and
then adult. The normal life span for
brown bears is about 30 years. Females
do not mate until they are five years old.
Sometimes grizzlies have three or even
four cubs at a time. Each cub weighs
between 10 ounces (280 grams) when
born. When the cubs first come out of
the mother’s womb their eyes are still
closed and they are helpless.