What Do Grizzly Bears Eat?


Grizzly bear is directly related to the brown bear and symbolises the American wilderness. Grizzly bear originally came from Eurasia; nowadays they occupy the northern region of America, including Alaska, Western Canada. They usually consume a wide variety of fruits, berries, bulbs, tubers and nuts also insects and grubs, honey, fish among the others.
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Brown Bears are omnivorous, eating almost anything nutritious.
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Grizzly bears will eat plants, insects, berries and nuts from trees, grubs, etc. They will also eat fish from streams and are quite good at catching them themselves.
nothing eats grizzly bears a T-Rex might if it wasn't extinct but well. you know anyway besides the point nothing on this plant will eat a grizzly bear.
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