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Do black bears kill grizzly bears?


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2011-10-08 02:56:24
2011-10-08 02:56:24

No. A grizzly bear is more likely to kill a black bear if they cross paths than a black bear killing a grizzly. A male black bear may kill young grizzly cubs if he comes across them, and the same if a grizzly comes across black bear cubs, but a black bear is no match to a grizzly.

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