The Grizzly Bear, also known as the Ursus arctosscientifically is native to Western North America and some even in the Great Plains as a subspecies of the brown bear. They are found in a variety of places from dense forests, to subalpine meadows and arctic tundra. Grizzly Bears are at the top of the food chain although, most of their diet consists of nuts, berries, fruit, and roots. Grizzly Bears also feed on anything from rodents to moose. The only predators of Grizzly Bears are humans. Although illegal to hunt in America, they are perused as big game trophies in Canada and Alaska. With their massive bodies and impeccable speed (up to 30MPH) they are seen as one of the World's most challenging prey, which does nothing put cheer on hunters who seek a challenge. This can be avoided by a simple solution: eliminating the hunt in the parts of the world where they are perused . It would be in the Grizzly Bear population's best interest to have preserves for them so the population can grow at a safe and non-predator pace.
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· http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/grizzly-bear
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· http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/wilderness/animals/grizzly.htm
· http://animal.discovery.com/convergence/grizzly/etiquette/etiquette.html


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