The Grizzly Bear (Ursus arctos horribilis), also known as the Silvertip Bear, is a bear of the uplands of western North America. Weighing at 180 to 680 kilograms (or 400 to 1,500 pounds), Grizzly Bears are more commonly found throughout the Canadian provinces and the northern United States, for example Washington, Idaho, and Montana, and especially Alaska. Like other bears, the diet of the Grizzly Bear includes fish, such as trout, bass, and salmon. However, some feedings will encounter other rivalry while they hunt for moose, sheep, and deer. The Grizzly Bear is currently listed as threatened in the United States and on the endangered list of species in Canada.
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