Grizzly Bears - Fishing
Grizzly bears are solitary animals but they can be found in groups at a certain time each year. In the summer grizzly bears gather along rivers and streams to feast on the salmon as they run upstream for spawning.
Grizzlies use different methods to catch fish. Some stand still in the water, watching the fish closely. When a fish jumps out of the water the grizzly snatches it in its jaws. Other grizzlies swat the fish out of the water and onto the shore. Some grizzlies even dive under water to find fish.
Video: A grizzly bear snatches a salmon in mid air
Video: A young grizzly catches and eats two salmon
Video Credit: Eddy van Houten