Grizzlies are one of the largest terrestrial predators in North America, with blond, brown or black fur and silver guard hairs that give them their common name.
Grizzly bears live in remote areas of Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, southwest Canada and Alaska. They’re endangered in Washington, with only a handful left.
A bear’s most important senses are smell and hearing. Young cubs can climb trees, but adults get too big.