Grizzly Bears Enemies?

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Grizzly bears do not have many natural enemies. Their main enemies are those who are in competition for food. These may include wolves, wild cats, and even humans.
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The enemies of male Grizzlies are other males. Especially during mating and finding food.
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1. Locate grizzly bear country. This can be done by contacting the various state fish and game departments. They will be able to advise if you can hunt grizzly bear or if they're
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As Brett Williams wrote, grizzly bears cannot be tamed, but they can be trained to interact with certain humans in monitored situations. To address the subtext of your question: you
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They have a grizzled appearance. That is, their coat looks like it has a discoloration.
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Brown bears have few if any natural predators, aside from humans. They often avoid animals that they cannot prey upon.
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