How many cubs do grizzly bears have at a time?

In January or February, female grizzly bears give birth to one to four cubs (usually two). The female will care for her young inside the den until spring, when they finally step out into the world. The mother cares for her young for at least two more years, feeding and protecting them.

Also, what are some interesting facts about grizzly bears?

Only about 1,500 grizzlies are left in the lower 48 states of the US.

What is the average gestation period of a grizzly bear?

180 – 250 days

Do grizzly bears live alone or in groups?

Hunting times are usually in the dusk or the dawn except when humans are nearby. Bears mostly live alone, except for mothers and their cubs, or males and females during mating season. Bears form temporary groups only when food is plentiful in a small area.

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