Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Grizzly Bear - Ursus arctos horribilis
He is called "grizzly" because of this bear's looks and demeanor. "Grizzly" fits the personality of this bear inhabiting the wildest country in North American. The grizzly bear is residence to Alaska, northern Canada and the North American West. The grizzly bear boar is big at 400 to 800 pounds. The grizzly bear sow weighs 300 to 600 pounds. All grizzly bears are imposing, intimidating and powerful. A mature grizzly bear boar develops silver tips on its fur coat. Grizzly bears are among the longest-lived of North American game animals, with some grizzlies reaching 25 years of age. Grizzly bears are magnificent symbols of wild and isolated country, and are more than worthy of our respect and admiration.
posted at 3:24 PM