Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Monster grizzly captured in Montana
On a lighter note, here's a little interesting news for fellow bear lovers. Bear biologists in Montana recently trapped a 7 foot 6 inch, 750 lb. boar grizzly in Montana while capturing bears to fit them with tracking collars. They estimate the bear they've nicknamed "big daddy" could reach 900 lbs. after the summer feeding season. While big Alaskan coastal brownies can top 10 ft. and 1500 lbs., 750 lbs is certainly beastly proportions for a Rocky Mountain grizzly. Very cool. Get the whole scoop here.