Grizzly Bears Playing
Coastal grizzly bears are actually quite social and spend a lot of their free time playing for fun. These two brothers took a break from fishing to wrestle in the tidal waters.
One of the myths about grizzly bears is that they are loners. Coastal grizzly bears, in areas where food is abundant, are highly social and seek out each other for entertainment. Inland grizzly bears tend to be less social, since competition for resources is higher. To read more about the interesting interactions between these two brother grizzly bears visit grizzlybay.org
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