Answer The Grizzly Bear, sometimes called the Silvertip Bear, has traditionally been treated as a subspecies, Ursus arctos horribilis, of the brown bear li…ving in North America. However, DNA analysis has recently revealed that the subspecies of brown bears, both Eurasian and North American, are genetically quite homogeneous, and that their genetic phylogeography does not correspond to their traditional taxonomy. Therefore, the common name Grizzly Bear can be appropriately used to refer to interior North American Brown Bears, whereas the coastal bears of North America are referred to as Kodiak Bears or Kodiak Brown Bears, and those of Europe, the European Brown Bear. Grizzly Bears reach weights of 180-680 kg (400-1500 lb); the male is on average 1.8 times as heavy as the female, an example of sexual dimorphism. Their coloring ranges widely across geographic areas, from blond to deep brown or black. These differences, once attributed to subspeciation, are now thought to be primarily due to the different environments these bears inhabit, particularly with regard to diet and temperature. The Grizzly has a large hump over the shoulders which is a muscle mass used to power the forelimbs in digging. The head is large and round with a concave facial profile. In spite of their massive size, these bears can run at speeds of up to 55 km/h (35 mph). Normally a solitary, nocturnally active animal, in coastal areas the Grizzly congregates alongside streams and rivers during the salmon spawn. Every other year females (sows) produce 1-4 young (most commonly 2) which are small and weigh only about 500 g (1 pound). Sows are very protective of their offspring. The current range of the Grizzly Bear extends from Alaska, down through much of Western Canada, and into the upper Northwestern United States including Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.
The term grizzly refers to the grey tips on the hair, like when a man has a greying beard that mixes grey to his regular hair color. This grey-tipped hair color phase is only …in the central continent, coastal bears in Alaska and Eur-asia bears don't have it which is why they were called brown bears. Science has not decided that they are all closely related enough to be subspecies within one species of Brown bear (Ursus arctos) in Europe, Asia, and North America. Grizzly bears like those in Yellowstone National Park are Ursus arctos horribilis.
A bear requires an education in order to make a living in the wild. A bear raised in a zoo would starve if released to its own devices.
Grizzly Bears can be found from Alaska, south through much of western Canada, and into portions of the northwestern United States including Idaho, Montana, Washington and Wyom…ing, extending as far south as Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, but is most commonly found in Canada, and in zoos.. There may still be a small population in Colorado in the southern San Juan Mountains. In September 2007 a hunter produced evidence of grizzly rehabilitation in the Selway-Bitterroot ecosystem by killing a male grizzly. The Grizzly originally also lived in much of the Great Plains and the southwestern states, but no more.
Alaska, Canada and Greenland There are no brown/grizzly bears in Greenland, but there are in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Generally two years. yas
they stay stay in one place and during the seasons it can not stand it hibernates
eat sleep eat
the Grizzly bears like to live in the cooler parts of Canada, mainly in the upper forests of Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia, although they can be found in other regions,… these are their favourite hangouts.
Grizzly means 'thick coarse stiff unkempt hair'. A bear has a similar type of hair on its body and therefore is called Grizzly Bear Answer --> the word grizzly means flecked …with gray. Grizzly bear have grey hairs on its fur and thus the name grizzly
In Animal Life
3 to 4 years
In Animal Life
Will since all grizzly bears are actually martian bears in disguise, they don't actually have to stay with their parents. They go to weapons training and military tactics scho…ol at a very early age to help aid the war against the Jupamartians.
A couple years, I believe.
Grizzly bears are mammals, and like almost all mammals, are born alive.