Brown Bear (Alaska) Ursus Arctos Footprint Cast Replica Footprint Track Knight
Brown Bear (Alaska) Ursus Arctos Footprint Cast Replica Footprint Track Knight
Brown Bear (Alaska) Ursus Arctos Footprint Cast Replica Footprint Track Knight
Brown Bear (Alaska) Ursus Arctos Footprint Cast Replica Footprint Track Knight
Brown Bear (Alaska) Ursus Arctos Footprint Cast Replica Footprint Track Knight
Brown Bear (Alaska) Ursus Arctos Footprint Cast Replica Footprint Track Knight
Brown Bear (Alaska) Ursus Arctos Footprint Cast Replica Footprint Track Knight

Brown Bear (Alaska) Ursus Arctos Footprint Cast Replica Footprint Track Knight

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Brown Bear (Palmer, Alaska) Ursus Arctos footprint cast.

The brown bear is a large bear species found across Eurasia and North America. In North America, the populations of brown bears are called grizzly bears, while the subspecies that inhabit the Kodiak Islands of Alaska are known as the Kodiak bear. 

Forefoot 

Mass: 180 – 1,300 lbs (Adult)
Height: 2.3 – 5 ft. (Adult, At Shoulder)
Trophic level: Omnivorous 
Gestation period: 180 – 270 days
Speed: 35 mph (Maximum)
Scientific name: Ursus arctos
Lifespan: 20 – 30 years (In the wild)

This footprint track cast replica measures 9x9 inches.  Made of resin for superior strength.

Cast of an original specimen found in Alaska.

Alaska Bear footprint cast replica track. The color is off-white or brown.  Please let us know which you prefer.

Other colors are available by request.

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Grizzly bears” are also brown bears, but as their habitat is on mountain slopes, tundra plains and inland forests they are typically smaller in size than coastal bears. You will hear the term grizzly describing inland bears as their food source is quite varied and less plentiful than along the coast. Grizzlies live in the Interior and Arctic regions of Alaska, such as Denali National Park and Gates of the Arctic National Park.

“Grizzlies” (as they are fondly referred to locally) tend to eat roots, grubs, and small rodents. Because of the difficulty in finding an abundance of food, grizzly bears tend to be smaller and more aggressive than brown bears. The term “grizzly” comes from their fur’s color, with gray typically on their shoulders and hump.

“Grizzly” is not in reference to “grisly” or horrific! The male boars tend to roam individually, although a female sow may have cubs accompanying her for up to two years at a time.