Test: Facts about Grizzly Bears
Description: Grizzly Bear Facts
Keywords: grizzly bear facts trivia
Grizzly bear cubs are born weighing:
The bear will often wait for a substantial snowstorm before it enters its den for the winter so that:
the chances that predators will be able to locate the den are reduced
it can graze on plants right up until they are covered too deeply
the cold triggers their hibernation cycle
the bear will mark the entrace in the snow with special scent glands as to warn other animals
Grizzly bears are very social creatures, often hunting in large packs of up to 25 individuals.
They are solitary animals.
Male grizzly bears are 38% larger than female grizzlies.
Female grizzly bears produce offspring every year during just before winter.
When standing on their hind legs, grizzly bears can stand up to 12 feet tall.
The average lifespan of a grizzly bear is 35 years.
20-25 years is typical.
The most common predator which the grizzly competes with is:
The grizzly bear habitat extends throughout the Rocky Mountains and into Russian Siberia.
The grizzly lives in North America only.
Approximately how many grizzly bears live throughout North America?
The Grizzly Bear is also known as the silvertip bear.
Grizzly bears can weight up to 1,500 pounds.
The correct way to handle a grizzly bear attack situation is to:
run as quickly as you can in a zig-zag pattern
drop to the ground stomach-first, leaving your backpack on as a barrier between the bear and you, and cover your head and ears with your arms
stand as tall as you can with your arms over your hand and growl loudly
climb a nearby tree and wait for help to arrive
Like most big game animals, grizzly bears are herbivores.
How fast can a grizzly bear run?
20 miles per hour
35 miles per hour
40 miles per hour
50 miles per hour
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