Grizzly Bears are larger than black bears and more heavily built. They can be recognized by their prominent shoulder hump, dish-shaped face and long claws. Colour varies from light gold to almost black, with pale bears being the most common on the barren-lands.
Weight: Females, 120 to 160 kg (260 to 350 lb); Males, 150 to 250 kg (330 to 550 lb)
Report Grizzly Bear sightings to WILDLIFEOBS@gov.nt.ca