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This report you are about to read is about the threatened species of grizzly bears Grizzly bears are omnivores meaning they eat both plants and meat However they come from the order of Carnivora meaning they have inherited the meat-eaters unspecialized tubelike gut Read on to help you learn more about grizzlies and start thinking of what you can do to help this near extinction species By the way this report was by Cynthia Chan Grizzly bears are large brown bears with coarse silver-tipped fur They have large brown humps over their shoulder that most people find disgusting Grizzlies claws can grow to 5 inches long Their front claws are longer than their back claws Grizzlies walk with their feet flat on the ground You rarely see a grizzly walking while standing up An adult grizzly may reach up to 8 feet in length An average adult grizzly weighs about 850 pounds An exceptionally large male grizzly may weigh up to 1200 pounds or more than 6 huge men Its hard to believe that grizzly cubs can be so small that they can fit into cupped hands Grizzlies may look lumpy and clumsy but they are actually among the most strongest and fastest creatures on earth They can reach speeds of 35-40 mph and despite its weight could outrun the fastest man on earth When grizzlies first come out of their winter dens they are the thinnest theyll be the whole year because they havent eaten in months Their first meal after their winter hibernation would probably be a carcass of a moose or caribou that didnt survive the winter Grizzlies have to eat a lot in order to survive the winter when they hibernate Near the sea grizzlies may find a beached whale or a dead sea lion or walrus When the earth turns green they eat roots and sedges Sedges are grasses that are grown in wetlands They are important
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