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Grouse Mountain grizzlies emerge from hibernation

Grouse Mountain grizzlies emerge from hibernation

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Grouse Mountain’s resident grizzlies have emerged from their hibernation den after a deep winter slumber.

Grinder and Coola are rediscovering their habitat after 170 days of hibernation, their longest rest yet.

Click to play video: Grouse Mountain bears out of winter hibernation

Staff say Grinder is the bolder of the two bears and is always first to explore a new situation.

The grizzlies are feasting this week on a light diet of romaine lettuce and some carrots to reboot their digestive systems before they move on to more calorie-rich foods.

Grouse Mountain’s resident grizzlies have emerged from hibernation.

Grouse Mountain’s resident grizzlies have emerged from hibernation.

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The bears’ progress can be followed on the Grouse Mountain website.

Read more: Concerns raised as people crowd rare white grizzly in Banff and Yoho parks

Bears in the wild will hibernate anywhere from a few weeks to six months depending on conditions and amount of snow.

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