Alaska has an estimated 30,000 brown bears statewide.
Are there a lot of bears in Alaska?
Alaska is bear country and one of the few places in the world where all three species of North American bears live. You may have a chance to see a bear in Alaska. But even if you don’t you will never be far from one. Brown bears, also called grizzly bears, are found nearly everywhere in Alaska.
Can I shoot a bear if it attacks me?
Firearms are not recommended for stopping an attack.
Using a firearm during a bear attack may only worsen the attack. An injured bear will be more aggressive, especially during a fight.
What animal can kill a grizzly bear?
Elephants, Hippos, and Rhinos can all easily take down a grizzly/polar bear 9/10. Adult male Lions and Tigers CAN take down a grizzly or polar bear. It won’t be a majority, but they have the tools to take them down.
What are the dangers in Alaska?
Alaska is one of five Pacific states in the United States especially vulnerable to tsunamis, which can be triggered by earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, submarine landslides, or onshore landslides.