What Is The Biggest Bear In The World?

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Mandi Profile
Mandi answered
Its the polar bear.
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Michael Lai answered
The biggest bear in the world would be the Polar bear, which is also the largest land carnivore, averaging aroudn 2.5m in height and 300-600kg.  The biggest polar bear caught can be found on the Guiness World Record website, but weighs around 580kg and stands about 3.3m tall.  Males are also much larger (about twice the size) as females.  The Kodiak bear is a close second to the polar bear.  More information on the polar bear can be found at:

en.wikipedia.org
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Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Kodiak Bear is the biggest, can weigh up to 1000kg and stand 3m tall.
Bearplanet.org and various other sources can comfirm this. Yet there are sources that say Polar bear is bigger while in another sentence they confirm that Kodiak is at least as big (fe Wikipedia). Polar bear has been touted as the biggest carnivore merely as a marketing trick (and because Kodiak is a subspecies to Grizzly), for the species is sadly becoming extinct.
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Anonymous answered
Hey, I would be glad to anwser you question. Many people are lead to believe that grizzly bears are the biggest but in reality the polar bear looks likes a gaint comepeared to the grizzly. And did you know that polar bears DO NOT eat penguins as most people say they do penguins and polar bear live on the oppsite poles (north & south). 

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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Polar bear
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Grizzly bear
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Anonymous answered
Kodiak bear is the biggest. Look in any book about bears and you will see. It is only when the internet came out that this changed. I too can take a picture of a black bear and make it the biggest. By far the Kodiak bears the biggest in size, weight and height.

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