How big is the largest known Kodiak bear?

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As of March 2013, the largest known Kodiak bear weighed almost 2,200 pounds. Most Kodiak bears weigh around 1,600 pounds. The Kodiak bear's name was Clyde and he lived at the Dakota Zoo n Bismark, North Dakota. Clyde passed away in 1987 at the age of 22. The Kodiak bear is the largest brown bear subspecies. Kodiak bears can stand upright and measure about 4 feet in total height. Females are usually smaller than their male counterparts.
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