The Grizzly Bears and Wolves have coexisted for millennia. They usually prefer to avoid each other. However, when food is low, these apex predators must compete for survival in the harsh wilderness of North America.
A carcass on the side of a river makes the perfect scavenged meal.
Nothing can scare a hungry Grizzly Bear. Situations like this have shaped the Grizzly bear into a fearless predator.
Wolves are social, hunting in packs. Grizzly bears prefer a solitary life. A wolf has a biting capacity of 1,000 to 1,500 pounds of pressure per square inch. The Grizzly Bear has a bite that can be up to 1200 pounds per square inch, and also has a thick hide and huge, sharp claws.
In this interaction, the Grizzly proves his strength, and the wolves must allow him to join them for dinner.