Brown Bear

Brown Bears compete with Polar Bears for the title of largest land predator. They typically try to avoid contact with humans unless a food source or their young are threatened at which point they may be aggressive. In general, two supspecies of Brown Bear are recognized in Alaska, the coastal brown bear and the inland grizzly. Depending on the availability of food, adult 'Brownies' can range between 350lbs and 1,500lbs.


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