Grizzly bears run fast enough to get a ticket in a school zone.
Despite weighing roughly 800 pounds when full grown, grizzlies—a North American subspecies of the brown bear—can really move. At thirty miles per hour, they can cover ground as fast as a horse. The fastest human on record ran a 100-meter sprint at a rate of 28 miles per hour, but they had to stop at the end of it. If you see anybody running from a grizzly on Zoo, you know the odds aren't good. Most of us would be dead meat if a grizzly set its sights on us.
While humans aren’t a staple of the grizzly’s diet, these top-of-the-food-chain predators can and will eat anything, from river-caught fish to baby bison, though much of their diet actually consists of fruits, nuts, leaves, and roots.