Cарtᴜгed on Camera: Wіtпeѕѕ the eріс Ьаttɩe Between Two Huge Grizzly Bears in a feгoсіoᴜѕ fіɡһt


Inland North America is home to the grizzly ear, a subspecies of the brown ear. They are famous for their enormous size (they can weigh up to 360 kg) and their often hostile behavior.



They are apex predators that prey on animals like caribou, but they are also quite opportunistic. They will eat clams, salmon, ferries, and carrion (mainly animals). Their powerful front legs are ideal for digging and searching for food, as well as running quickly to catch prey.

Except for mothers with cuts, they spend most of their time alone. For ʜᴜɴᴛ salmon that are migrating upstream to spawn, however, up to 20 individuals may be found together.



Grizzly ears are approximately 2 meters long, females weigh between 130 and 180 kg and males between 180 and 360 kg. But some huge male grizzlies have been seen up to 3 meters (9.8 feet) tall and weighing up to 680 kilograms!



They move quickly despite their size. Its powerful front legs are powered by the notable hump on its shoulders. You are advised not to attempt to flee from a grizzly bear if you encounter one for this reason. They are famous for their propensity to hibernate. During the coldest months of the year, the ears will dig huge burrows in which they would spend the night curled up.

Let’s watch the epic battle between two huge brown bears in the following video: