Cubs Damage Protection Appearance Habitat Miscellaneous

100

Two
How many cubs are usually born at a time?

100

When you're outside.
In what situation would you put your food in a bear-proof container?

100

Brown (anywhere from creamy or silver to dark brown).
Generally, what color are they?

100

Climb and swim.
What two of the following things can grizzly bears do?: A) Climb B) Swim C) Fly

100

Polygamous.
Are they polygamous or monogamous?

200

Blind.
At birth, are cubs blind, deaf, or both?

200

Electric fencing.
What's better to use: woven-wire fencing, or electric fencing?

200

The lightened tip of their fur gives them a grizzled look.
Why are they called "grizzly?"

200

They eat salmon.
Why do grizzly bears commonly live by water?

200

Delayed implantation.
What function prevents females from being immediately impregnated?

300

5-6 years.
When do they reach adulthood?

300

Car alarms, burglar alarms, etc.
Give an example of a source of frightening sounds or flashing lights.

300

Above the shoulder.
Where is the stereotypical hump located?

300

Canada, northwestern U.S..
Where are they located (country, regions)?

300

China, 5,000,000 years ago.
When and where did the earliest brown bear live?

400

About 500 grams.
How much do they weigh at birth?

400

Repellents, hunting, alarms, trapping, shooting with special guns/bullets.
Name two ways to keep bears away.

400

About 30 MPH.
How fast can they run?

400

Omnivorous.
Are they carnivorous, herbivorous, or omnivorous?

400

From May to July.
When do they breed?

500

About two years.
How long do cubs remain with their mother?

500

Rifles, handguns.
What two kinds of guns are most commonly used for bear hunting?

500

250-600 pounds. (Males weigh 400-600 pounds; females weigh 250-350 pounds.)
How much do grizzly bears weigh?

500

Cool.
Do they prefer it warm or cool?

500

34,000,000 years ago.
How long ago did the earliest known ancestor of brown bears live?

Grizzly Bears

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