“Hey you!” “Do ya wanna learn about Grizzly bears?” if ya wanna then come with me on the K9 bus.
Before you’re gonna see a Grizzly, you need to know how he looks so you know you’re looking at the right bear. Grizzly’s are brown like many other bears and they are 7ft long. They weigh 1,500 pounds, but their babies are 1 pound. They have four legs and long claws. Grizzly’s have big snouts, black eyes and short ears. It’s tail is very short so don’t look for a tail when you’re looking to find a grizzly!
Grizzlies are mammals so they are:
Have fur or hair
Give birth to live young
Produce milk for young
Have lungs to breathe
Live on land or water
Well, you gotta know where a grizzly lives or how you gonna find ‘em? Grizzlies live in mountains or forests. They live in the Arctic,
Well, now you’re gonna learn how that grizzly lives in cold icy places and how it captures it’s prey. Grizzlies have thick fur with a grizzled appearance (that’s how it got it’s name!) which let’s them survive in icy cold places like the Artic. Grizzlies have sharp, fast teeth and can run 35 miles per hour to easily catch their prey.
You gotta know the enemies of a grizzly or ya don’t know when ta leave! The truth is, people are grizzly’s only enemies! This is how we take grizzlies:
Environment: we cut down for paper, fire logs, and other things like that.
Body: We use bear-teeth for necklaces, and we use bear skin for coats. Let’s stop hunting bears!
Here’s some loose things about a bear.
Grizzlies eat plants, roots, berries, fungi, fish, small mammals, and large insects ( ) salmon is one kind of fish they eat
Newborns weigh only 1 pound
They are ¾ nocturnal
They are plantigrade
Female bears eat lots of food before hibernation which is stored in a big hump under her skin so when she doesn’t have any food.
Grizzlies have good senses
Grizzlies have good memories
Habitat – where they live
Hibernation – sleep forever during winter
Nocturnal – awake at night
Plantigrade – flat-footed
Survive – how to stay alive