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During fall, grizzly bears, including this cub-of-the-year, develop thick winter coats. Although grizzlies usually hibernate from November through April, they often wait for a major snowstorm before entering their den, with their coat insulating them against frigid temperatures before and during hibernation.
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Grizzly Bears
During fall, grizzly bears, including this cub-of-the-year, develop thick winter coats. Although grizzlies usually hibernate from November through April, they often wait for a major snowstorm before entering their den, with their coat insulating them against frigid temperatures before and during hibernation.