Even against an unnatural adult male liger, the fully adult male Kodiak bear has a weight advantage.
A tiger will always choose a bear smaller than itself as prey.
In a face-off over a kill, a tiger will surrender his kill over to a bigger bear.
However; if there is a fight; the bear will kill the liger.
Can a gorilla kill a bear?
The outcome either way is still the same- bear wins due to sheer size, strength, and claws/teeth. But it would not be a 2 hit fight. (Bear hits the gorilla, gorilla hits the ground) The fight would most likely last several minutes, and the bear would have to fight in true earnest to kill the gorilla.
What animal would kill a grizzly bear?
Lions have killed grizzly bears in fights organized by circus trainers and amur tigers have proven to be capable of killing the larger Kamchatka brown bears. Even the much smaller couguars have occasionaly killed grizzlies. Then there are elephants and rhinoceros, both large and powerful enough to kill a grizzly easy.
Can a grizzly bear kill a tiger?
Also a tiger will attack quickly and that makes the Bear unable to bite him anywhere. And Wild Bengal tigers are far more aggressive, brave and has more experience to take down large opponents like grizzly Bear. As they’re known to take down Gaurs not only ambush but also in face to face fights.
Can a pack of wolves kill a bear?
But wolves typically don’t prey on grizzly bears. They are explosive enough to catch and kill a wolf in a charge, and losing even one pack member makes a hunt not really worth it. Our wolves will only attack the grizzly bear if it’s the last thing alive in their universe. So, back to our grizzly bears.