These 10 Animals Are The Most Extreme in North America

Grizzly Bear: Known for their size, strength, and sometimes aggressive behavior, grizzly bears are a powerful symbol of the North American wilderness.

American Bison: The largest land animal in North America, bison can weigh up to 2,000 pounds and are known for their massive heads and distinctive humps.

Mountain Lion: Also known as cougars or pumas, mountain lions are solitary predators that can leap more than 20 feet in a single bound.

Bald Eagle: The national bird of the United States, the bald eagle is known for its impressive size, sharp talons, and keen eyesight.

Alligator: Found in the southeastern United States, alligators are large, powerful reptiles known for their strong jaws and ability to live in both freshwater and saltwater habitats.

Rattlesnake: Several species of rattlesnakes can be found in North America, known for their distinctive rattle and venomous bite.

Moose: The largest member of the deer family, moose are known for their massive size, with males often weighing over 1,000 pounds.

Gray Wolf: Once widespread across North America, gray wolves are now primarily found in remote wilderness areas and are known for their hunting prowess and social behavior.

American Crocodile: Similar in appearance to the alligator, the American crocodile is primarily found in southern Florida and is considered a threatened species.

Gila Monster: Found in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, the Gila monster is one of only two venomous lizards in the world.