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Grizzly Bear

Threatened Bear in Canada

Drayson McPhail

on 30 April 2010

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Grizzly Bear (Ursus Arctos Horribilis) Grizzlies are a sub-species of Brown Bear. They are very large that bears may weigh as low as 300 lbs to 1500 lbs. Grizzlies, on average, stand 1 metre (3.3 ft) tall when on all fours. 2 metres ( 6.6 ft) standing up. Males often are 2.4 meters ((7.9 feet) standing up. Grizzly Bears once occupied most
of North America. Thier range has in Canada has been reduced to B.C., and Canada's Territories. There are a few in the other provinces, but not like in early Canada. Simple carlessness has been reducing the numbers of these bears. Habitat destruction and over hunting are slowly wiping these bears out. Grizzly Bears also reproduce very slowly, they spend alot of time and effort raising thier cubs. SO they can't keep up with all the hunting and habitat destruction. The only things being done to protect the Grizzlies is less tagging for hunters and close monitoring of thier numbers. Grizzly Bears are important distributors of seeds for fruit plants. Less Grizzlies means less fruit seeds being distributed.
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