Animal Facts

Grizzly Bear Facts

Grizzly Bear standing on hind legs
Grizzly Bear

Introduction - Grizzly Bears

The Brown Bear, who is also known as the Grizzly Bear in North America, inhabits a variety of regions worldwide where rivers and streams are plentiful, from the Boreal Forest in Canada, to the mountainous woodlands of Asia. What makes this massive mammal unique is that it has one of the lowest reproductive rates out of all North American mammals. When Grizzly's mate, environmental conditions often interfere in the successful birth of a litter. Reasons why they are listed as a threatened species in the United States as well as other interesting information can be found in the list of facts below. This information is written for both kids and adults.

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General Grizzly Bear Facts

Grizzly Bear Low Reproductive Rate Facts

Grizzly Bear Hibernation Facts