Mexican grizzly bear

Extinct species

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The Mexican grizzly bear is an extinct subspecies of the brown bear. This bear lived in the southern United States all the way to the southern part of texas to the northern part of Mexico, it was placed on the endangered species list in 1970.

Gone but not forgotten

This bear was one of the biggest animals in mexico. It reached a length up to 183 centimetres and an average weight of 318 kilograms