A bear’s life of foraging and raising cubs in the Alaskan wilderness is a rough one, so it’s nice to see them get a bit of time off.
Grizzly bears and brown bears are actually the same species, Ursus Arctos. In common usage, brown bears are the large, fish-eating populations that live on the coast, while grizzly bears are the smaller, omnivorous populations in the interior.
Ninety-five percent of Ursus Arctos individuals in the United States live in Alaska, in parks like Lake Clark.
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