EASTERN SILVERBACK GORILLAS (LARGEST GORILLAS IN WORLD)
On one hand we have the Eastern Gorillas, Eastern Lowland Gorillas, who when matured, grow silver hair on their backs. The Alpha male is usually the biggest, strongest, and leads a pack of up to 30.
Weighing in on average anywhere from 400 - 600 pounds, they can stand up to from 5"6 to a bit over 6" tall on the ground, with arm spans exceeding up to 8.5 ft.
They swing from trees like nothing and have unbelievable agility, flexibility and functional strength. It is said that they are stronger than up to 10 olympic heavyweight weightlifters.
KODIAK GRIZZLY BEAR (2nd LARGEST BEARS IN WORLD BEHIND POLAR BEARS)
Weighing in at anywhere from 800 to 1500 pounds, in extreme cases over 2000, they stand on average at 8 ft tall and in some cases have stood up to 10 ft tall.
Out of both animals, strength is very even, if not edging to the Gorilla. Both can be very fast and have similar arm spans, but gorillas are much more agile, flexible and have very long stamina. Both have powerful jaws and bites, with the bears being stronger. Gorillas have very strong hands, but bears have massive claws.
If they fought to the death on land somewhere, who would win?