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- Bears, Grizzly (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
Provides a photo of the grizzly bear. 6-99
- Bears, Grizzly (Kids' Planet)
Includes a description and a drawing.
- Bears, Grizzly (National Parks Conservation Association)
Provides a drawing and basic facts.
- Endangered, Threatened, Vulnerable, or Stable Species (National Parks Conservation Association - GetOutdoors.com)
Provides factsheets on animals needing protection, including the Grizzly Bears, Gray Wolves, Manatees, Lynx, Dolphins, Bisons, American Crocodiles, Sea Turtles, Killer Whales (Orcas), Sea Otters, Prairie Dogs, Florida Panthers, Humpback Whales, Bats, Moose, California Condors, Elk, Blue Whales, Caribou, Steller Sea Lions, Bald Eagles, Sharks, Red Wolves, American Alligators, and Black-Footed Ferrets.
- Bears (A-Z Animals)
"Most bears are nocturnal, solitary animals only really congregating during the bears mating season. The mother bear will then raise her cubs until they too, are old enough to live on their own. Bears generally have an excellent sense of smell and are also fantastic at climbing trees, swimming and are able to run at speeds of up to 35 mph for short periods of time."
The sub-species of bears include: Asian Black Bear, Black Bear, Brown Bear, Giant Panda Bear, Grizzly Bear, Polar Bear, Spectacled Bear, and Sun Bear. 01-09
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