|Also Known As:||Grizzly Bear
Conservation Status: Least Concern
Size: Males are large than females; 3 to 10 feet long, weighing in between 175 to 1700 pounds.
Range: Northwestern North America.
Habitat: A variety of regions such as: forests, woodlands, mountains regions, swampy areas, also savannahs, deserts and tundras.
Diet: Omnivorous; can eat carrion, mammals, plants, fish, eggs, roots, seeds, fruits, nuts and berries.
Breeding: May to July.
Nesting: 2 to 4 cubs born in a den or an isolated cave, they weigh around a pound a peice at birth.
Warnings: Any species of bears have been documented to attack especially when startled, hungry or with their cubs!
Description & Behavior
The Brown Bear has a stout, large body with a distinctive large shoulder hump. The coloring of the Brown bear varies depending on its location, from blondish to golden brown to a dark brown, the fur has white to silver colored tips on the end.