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In this presentation you will learn many
facts about Brown Bears. There Scientific
name is Ursus arctos horrbillis. Also you will
learn about their diet, habitat, average size
and body weight, range, map of range,
family life, life cycle, anatomy, and some
Bears are omnivore which means they eat almost anything. A
grizzly bear has one of the most wide ranging diets of any living
animal. A healthy adult eats up to 35 Ib. (16 kg) of food each day.
This can be made up of meat, insects, fish, eggs, roots, berries,
leaves, and grasses. They hunt ground squirrels and young
moose. They eat fish called salmon. They have been known to
prey on large mammals when available such as moose, elk,
caribou, white-tailed deer, mule deer, big horn sheep, bison, and
even black bears.
Brown bears live in forested mountains and
hills, river valleys, and meadows as well as in
the tundra and along the coast.
Average Size and weight
A full grown grizzly can grow up to 7 feet
long and 4 feet high at the shoulders. Males
can weigh up to 800 Ibs. Females weight up
to 500 Ibs.
Brown bears live in wild parts of Europe,
Asia, and North America. Grizzly bears once
lived all over North America, but today they
only are found in Alaska, Canada and just a
few remote parts in the Rocky Mountains
states of the U.S.
The young cubs do not see their mother
until they are about 15 weeks old because
they are blind. A pregnant female grizzly
moves uncomfortably inside her den. Grizzly
bear cubs are born in an underground den.
Grizzly bear females are exhalent mothers
who will defend her cubs against any danger.
A grizzly does not sleep all night instead they
take very short naps during the day.
Life cycle: Baby grizzly bears are called cubs.
When it is three months old, it is ready to
leave its mother’s den. After about a year it
is an adult.
For the first few months of their lives, the
young cubs spend about an hour a day
playing and the other 23 hours sleeping. A
nick name for a male grizzly is silvertips.
They could eat black bears when they are