The largest bear species in the world is the Polar Bear, closely followed by the Kodiak Brown Bear. On average, polar bears are heavier, but the heaviest bear ever was a Kodiak Brown Bear.
Not only are polar bears the largest bear species, they are the largest land carnivores in the world. Males are about typically range in weight between just around 750, and upwards of 1,700 pounds while being anywhere between 8 and 10 feet long; this is more than two or three times larger than female polar bears. But some can be even bigger: the largest polar bear ever recorded weighed 2,209 pounds and was 12 feet long.
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