Claire Mignard - Grizzly Bear
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Title: Grizzly Bear
Specie: Ursus Arctos Horriblis
Description: THE GRIZZLY BEAR, URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS
Grizzly bears are members of the Brown bear family.
They can be found in Canada and North America.
The term Grizzly refers to the silver-tipped nature of the fur giving the species a 'grizzled' appearance.
Grizzly bears have a distinct hump on their shoulders, which is a mass of muscle that provides them with
tremendous strength for digging, moving rocks and trees.
A mother grizzly gives birth during the long winter rest.
The cubs will begin nursing while the bear is still in dormancy.
The usual number of cubs in a litter is two, but they are capable of having up to four.
The cubs will stay with their mother for approximately two years, and then separate to find their own territory.
Category: Nature illustration
Technique: Graphite and Charcoal