Grizzly Bear Battles 4 Wolves
Wolves and bears can normally coexist quite easily but when food is low all bets are off. They usually prefer to avoid each other however a carcass on the side of a river makes the perfect scavenged meal. When a small pack of wolves are eyeing the same meal as a huge bear be prepared for a battle. Nothing can scare a hungry Grizzly Bear. Situations like this have shaped the Grizzly bear into a fearless predator.
Wolves are social, hunting in packs. Grizzly bears prefer a solitary life. A wolf has a biting capacity of 1,000 to 1,500 pounds of pressure per square inch. The Grizzly Bear has a bite that can be up to 1200 pounds per square inch, and also has a thick hide and huge, sharp claws. Who will come out with a full stomach? Watch the video and find out: