The grizzly bear (ursus arctos horribilis) is one of the many members of the brown bear family. It consists of the kodiak bear and the brown bear itself. They live in the woods of North America. Like other bears, the grizzly bears are omnivores, meaning that they can eat plants and meat, as well as non-plant food source, such as honey. They enjoy eating salmons, and when eating, they squeeze the salmon so the eggs come out of the salmon. The bear then eats the salmon and the eggs! That is one expensive meal for humans!
Sadly, they are now endangered because of incontrollable deforestations and a rather low reproduction rate. They are now protected by the USA and Canada.