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    California grizzly bear was officially designated the state animal of California (State Symbols USA, 1). The irony with this is that the California grizzly bear had been extinct twenty nine years prior to it becoming the official state animal (State Symbols USA, 1). According to the Valley Center History Museum (VCHM), when the first settlers started to explore the western regions of the US, many of them encountered an estimate amount of ten thousand California grizzly bears (Grizzly Bear, 8). VCHM

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    Why Is Grizzly Bear Wrong

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    Grizzly bears are enormous bears; that, tend to be misunderstood by others. Many times, they are portrayed wrongly in movies and tv shows. People may go off by things they see; in the movies and immediately suggest that’s the way the grizzly bear is. If others took the time to find information on the grizzly they would see how wrong the movies are about them. For many people grizzly bears can be a mystery such as where they live, what they eat, and whether they hibernate or not. However, with a bit

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    Grizzly Bears in North America

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    Grizzly Bears in North America Introduction The Grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) has long been considered to be the symbol of the wild. They are beautiful, powerful and at the same time vulnerable animals. They are known to survive in remote areas not inhabited by humans. The Grizzly was once able to occupy most of the land from northern Mexico to Alaska and most places in between. With a disappearing natural habitat and one of the lowest reproduction rate of any mammal in North America the Grizzly

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    Grizzly Bear Environment

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    caused a fast evolutionary jump from the species of Grizzly bears to Polar bears. The climate an animal lives in plays a large part in the composition of an animal. The availability of prey is one of the most crucial parts of survival. Mutations of species can impact them or die off quicklier. The composition of an animal is based highly off its habitat location. The Grizzly bear’s habitat before the ice age was in a deciduous forest. Grizzly bears had concave faces, a distinctive hump on their shoulders

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    Endangers the Lives of Grizzly Bears There are less then 1000 grizzly bears left in the lower 48 United States, around 400 of them live in Yellowstone National Park. These endangered, and beautiful bears, are threatened by many factors, most significantly the fragmentation of their habitat by roads. The latest threat to this species is the Global Warming trend that is threatening the White Bark Pine Tree, which is very important to the grizzly bear diet. Grizzly bears need to eat a great deal

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    Panda Bear and Grizzly Bear

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    There are many variant of bears in the bear’s family; starting from polar bear, grizzly bear, honey bear, black bear, panda bear, and many more. Each of them shares many similarities as well as differences. In this essay however, the writer will focused on classified the comparison and contrast between grizzly, and panda bear. From the taxonomy, the threat that both of them are facing, and also some of their behaviour, panda and grizzly share many things in common, but despite many similarities that

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    Humans' Impact on Grizzly Bears

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    Nature, it is everywhere, everyone uses it. Quite often, however, people abuse it, such as with humans’ impact on grizzly bears. Grizzly bears are important to the environment because they have many useful purposes for the environment: “they provide an “umbrella” for the environment because they require such large home ranges.” (savethegreatbear.org/CAD/Grizzly.htm) The Grizzly Bear is extremely vulnerable to changes in its habitat and food cycle. This allows humans to detect small changes in

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    The grizzly bear, a kind of omnivorous animals who consume moose, fishes, “leaves, nuts, and seasonal fruits,” (Grizzly Bear) are “the largest of all bears in the world” (Grizzly Bear), particularly in Canada which primitively has “approximately 25,000” (Grizzly Bears) grizzly bears in British Columbia. Nonetheless, as a result of the hunting rush, the amount of grizzly bears as “majestic symbols of the wild” (Basic Facts About Grizzly Bears) plummeted by up to “15,075” (Grizzly Bears) in British

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    Grizzly Bears Essay

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    jordan Bio paper grizzly bears prefered habitat is deserted rivers, wild mountains, and thick and dense forest. Grizzly bears are majestic symbols of the wild. Bears live in and use a variety of habitat types, playing important roles in each one. This makes them an “umbrella species,” meaning that when we protect them and their habitat we also protect many species. Grizzly bears can also help ecosystems by distributing seeds and nutrients through their scat, and occasionally regulating ungulate

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    Grizzly Bear Analysis

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    first image (listed below as 1a) that I selected was “Grizzly Bear” by Carl Battreall, which consisted of a bear trekking through an Alaskan national park during, what seems to be, the beginning of spring. This image was produced to show a bear in an environment that one would not normally perceive as the cold subarctic climate of Alaska, instead showing a world of bright colors and lush green plants. This image is also able to show the bear as it awakes and embarks on the goal of finding food. Even

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