This 800 pounds grizzly bear called Brutus is Casey Anderson’s best friend
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Casey saved the bear from an overpopulated wildlife park
Casey raised him with lot of attention, love and respect
Brutus is having fun in the pool
The apex predators in the food chain are grizzly bears, as they enjoy eating leaves, berries, fruits, roots, and nuts. They can also eat small mammals like rodents or moose.
They can be lethal when roused, particularly if they believe a monster is going to assault their young ones. But then, Brutus seems friendly.
Being around Brutus is not dangerous because he is comfortable around people
Here is Brutus during Thanksgiving
It's the wedding vibe, everyone!
Brutus enjoys sleeping, playing with other grizzly bears, eating marshmallows and Twinkies, and receiving attention from others. Not to mention that he "flirts" with the ladies.
He is incredibly brilliant and funny, and he always does something absurd to make people laugh.
The two of them are so close that Brutus was Casey’s best man at his wedding
It's fun to play with nature
Having a lovely time in the sun
Here is a kiss from Brutus to Casey
The bear is typically a large animal, and they weigh more than humans do. They can also swim well and run quickly.
They have massive claws and fangs and can outrun us. Because of their size and long, straight claws, grizzly bears rarely climb trees.
They look like they're having a good time
Brutus and his best friend is having a high five
The grizzly bear is enjoying his picnic
And clearly, it looks delicious
Grizzly bears have a variety of advantages as they are extremely smart and have great memories. Grizzlies have an acute sense of smell, even better than a hound dog, and can locate food from considerable distances.
Actually, Casey and Brutus have a show of their own on National Geographic called "Expedition Grizzly," and you might want to check it out right here.