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Which Bear Grows Larger Brown Grizzly or Polar?

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The grizzly bear grows larger than the polar bear in terms of size. Grizzly's normally grow a bit taller at the shoulder and in most cases outweighs the polar bear by about 500 pounds.
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Polar bear.
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polar bears are twice the size of that of the others
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Polar bears at 7 feet and 1,760 pounds are larger than grizzly bears
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Between the two, usually the polar bear is the bigger (8 to 9 feet tall). The Grizzly is not much smaller (7 feet average for adult male).
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