Species: grizzly bear
A large species of bear found in North America. Scientists typically call it the 'North American brown bear' as it is a subspecies of brown bear.
Grizzly Bears tend to have a very different anatomy than black bears: They've got a more concave facial profile, versus the black bear's gently sloped face. Grizzly Bears also have a distinct shoulder hump.
Color is not an indication of bear species.