The Alaskan Brown Bear is one of the largest land-dwelling carnivores in the world. Solitary, elusive and extremely anti-social these big beasts have no natural enemies other than humans and will eat pretty much anything, favoring salmon when available. Here are the biggest Brown bears in the SCI Record Book.
There are no images for the number 1 and 2 bears. They are:
#1 Skull measures 31 2/16″ taken by Marvin Winter in Cold Bay, Alaska
#2 Skull measures 30 11/16″ taken by Michael Ward on Kokiak Is., Alaska