The grizzly bear is a subspecies of the North American brown bear. Grizzly bears are found throughout much of inland Alaska, portions of northern and western Canada, as well as isolated regions in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. The grizzly is a large carnivore weighing up to 750 lbs. This species feeds on large prey such as moose, elk, and deer in addition to carrion and smaller mammals.
- Skull is damaged on one side and the rear (see photos for details)
- Exhibits pathology
- Skull Length 38cm (15in)
- Skull Width 23.3cm (9.2in)
- Skull Height 17.2cm (6.8in)