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  • "I preferred the name pizzly bear," Dr. Lunn said.

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  • In addition, the geographical proximity would make it more likely that polar and grizzly bears would produce hybrid offspring, labeled "pizzly," "prizzly," or "grolar" bears.

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  • Polar bear-grizzly hybrids - known as either "pizzly" or "grolar" bears - are very rare.

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  • The story of the so-called "pizzly" that was shot in 2006 set off a flurry of stories around the world.

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  • And what of the prospect of grizzlies and polar bears begetting that epic beast, the "pizzly" or "grolar bear?"

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  • In 2006, they said, scientists were startled to discover a "pizzly," or a hybrid of a grizzly bear and a polar bear, and in 2010, another bear shot dead by a hunter also was found to have mixed DNA.

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  • DNA-typing later confirmed - that the animal was a polar-grizzly hybrid, a creature known variously as a "pizzly" or "grolar bear."

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  • It would join the list of other hybrid animals, including the liger (lion-tiger) and the pizzly (polar bear-grizzly).

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  • A grolar, pizzly displayed at the Rothschild Museum, Tring, copyright Sarah Hartwell

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  • The images labelled grolar, pizzly on your page are actually polar-European brown bear, although the general type is representative of what a polar-grizzly would look like (since grizzlies are a type of brown bear).

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