Grizzly Bears: Grizzly Bears By kimmy Why do grizzly bears stand up.: Why do grizzly bears stand up. Grizzly bears stand up to scare of people that frighten them. They are 6 to 9 feet tall when they stand up on their hind legs. Today, only about 1,000 grizzlies remain in Canada, United States, and Mexico. How many cubs do bears have and how long do they live? : How many cubs do bears have and how long do they live? A Grizzly bear live 20-25 years long in the wild. A Grizzly bear can have two to four cubs a year. PowerPoint Presentation: Food Chain Bears Berries Sun Plants Elk Gopher nuts Insects Moth Trout Why Do we want to keep Grizzlies?: Why Do we want to keep Grizzlies? We want to keep Grizzlies because they help us keep a healthy ecosystem. They help us keep a healthy ecosystem is by eating. Because they eat deer and elk it helps keep the population down. Since they eat trout to it help keep that population down too. Early History: Early History In 1805 Lewis and Clark were warned by the Indians to watch out for the Great Bear. They said it toke eight to ten men to kill of bear! They weren’t scare until they were face to face with the grizzly themselves. More Facts: More Facts The grizzlies can eat up to 40,ooo army cutworm moths in one day! All that fat that builds up inside of them is to help them to survive in the winter while their hibernating The end : The end Hope you liked it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!