Smelling for clams

Grizzly Bear Nose

Grizzly Bears use their noses to smell for clams under the sand.  Once they smell a clam, they will quickly jam their paws into the sand to scoop up the clam.  This is an impressive act, considering clams can move several inches per second under the sand.

To learn more about the grizzly bear’s nose visit www.grizzlybay.org

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