When the Grizzly Bear is eating salmon it is trying to bulk up for the winter. Accordingly it tries to eat as much salmon as possible, and for an adult Grizzly Bear this amounts to about 75 pounds of salmon–that could be somewhere around 25 individual fish.
During the salmon rush, a grizzly bear can most likely eat many pounds of fish. There appetite is almost limitless, for they must store up an abundance of fat for their winter dormancy. By the time hibernation occurs, grizzly bears are waddling and rather large from the excess of fat they have accumulated during the fruitful spring and summer months.
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