The Grolar bear

BY: Jeffrey Worley

Info on the Grizzly bear

The Grizzly's diet includes grasses, sedges, roots, berries, insects, fish, carrion and small and large mammals. Their breeding habits are reproducing during June and July. They have slow reproduction process. In either October or November, the grizzly will enter its den and will get no water or nourishment of any kind but will use up its accumulated fat for the next 5 to 6 months. Grizzly 's decrease with hunting but, not enough to hurt the population.

Info on the Polar bear

The diet of the polar bear includes muskox, reindeer, small rodents, waterfowl, shellfish, fish, eggs, kelp, berries, seals and carcasses. Their Breeding habits takes place from March to June on the sea ice, but most occurs during April and May. Polar bears do not overwinter in dens like brown and black bears. Only pregnant females enter dens to give birth where they stay until the cubs are big enough to trek.

Most polar bears remain active throughout the year. They have the ability to reduce their metabolic rate when food is scarce and adjust it again when food is abundant.

Grolar bear (polar & Grizzly)

The Grolar bear is a mix between the polar and grizzly bear. I think they will both stay a individuals but they may decrease due to the recent mix mating.