( Reduced by 99 percent during the past century.)
Where: Grizzly bear, Country When: 2004 Submitted by: Bobbie Lauren Driskell
The Grizzly bear is actually just another name for the Brown Bear and the bears primarily lead solitary lives, spending most of their
time foraging, or looking for food. Brown and Grizzly bear females usually need a very large home range (50 to 300 square miles) and the male
need about 200 to 500 square miles.
Male Grizzly Bear - 7" tall. Today, the grizzly bear is found in only about 2 percent of the lower 48 states.
Grizzle bears will attack people and cause death in defense of cubs and carcasses.
At the top of the food chain, adult grizzly bears have little to fear from other mammals except the human, (the top predator).