An adult grizzly bear rests on a beach, showcasing his impressive claws. Grizzly bear claws are the animal’s most essential tools. The claws are up to several inches long and curved. Grizzly bear claws vary in color including white and yellow and brown.
Grizzly bear claws are utility tools: the animals use them to dig up razor clams, roots and plant bulbs. The animals also use their claws as weapons, to grab and hold prey so that they can use their fearsome jaws. Grizzly bear claws are also vital in the construction of hibernation dens.
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