Grizzly bears are large, with humped shoulders, raised forehead and slightly concave outline. Their fur ranges from brown to light yellow, and their hair is usually silver or light pointed, giving them the name ashing effect. A large adult grizzly bear may be about 2.5 meters long and weigh about 410 kilograms. Due to their huge body and long straight claws, these bears rarely climb, even young bears. However, the grizzly bear is surprisingly agile, running at a speed of 48 kilometers per hour. However, their eyesight is very poor, and it is well known that they will attack humans without obvious provocation.
Grizzly bears are omnivores. Its diet includes berries, grains, fish, insects, birds and mammals. However, the bear catches reindeer and moose and feeds on some dead bodies. However, most of grizzly bear’s food, about 70%, is composed of other things, not meat. Grizzly bears kill their prey by biting its neck or back. It can also attack prey with its front claws, usually enough to break the prey’s spine. At the same time, they will bite the prey’s nose, which will leave clear canine teeth. Of course, grizzly bears kill their prey by biting its back neck.