Brown Bears and Grizzly Bears are the same animals. They just live in different places and have different feed. The Brown Bears are coastal and have tons of salmon to eat, so obviously they are very healthy and get super fat. The interior Grizzly Bears have to work harder for their food and are a bit smaller. A really big grizzly bear is over 8 ft squared. Measure the total width from claw tip to claw tip and the tip of the hair on the tail to the tip of the nose, then add the measurements and divide by two to get the squared measurements.
This past fall we got a super nice big grizzly bear, on a hunt, that will be in the B&C record books, which goes by the skull measurements. If you are interested in learning more about the differences between Brown and Grizzly Bears please refer to the ADF&G for more information.
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