The polar bear. I’ll give the answer in more detail, An adult male Polar bear can be 10 feet (3 metres) on its hind legs, they can weight up to 680 kg and lift a weight equivalent to two tonnes. An adult male Silver back gorilla can weight up to 230 kg, and can lift the equivalent of 500 kg of weight. Male silverbacks are usually between 5’9-6’2 feet tall (1.5-1.7 metres). A polar bear is carnivorous and therefore has powerful canines and jaws, whilst a gorilla is herbivorous but yet has hundreds of muscles throughout the body. Due to the polar bears’ size, weight and diet it would have to win; as it’s triple a gorillas MAXIMUM weight, polar bears have alot of fur and blubber, and finally razor sharp 5 inch claws would allow it to rip the ape to shreds. Also, gorillas do not punch, rather they throw stuff or grab in order to defend itself, so grabbing at a polar bear’s thick fur is definitely no defense against those sharp claws and teeth.
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