Quiz: Which Man Vs Bear Grizzly Are You?

Grizzly Mountain is home to three of the strongest, fastest, and smartest bears: Bart, Honey Bump and Tank. Each bear has their own unique strength against each human challenger. Find out which bear you’d stack up against in the Man Vs Bear challenge.

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