Grizzly is a cabin in Camp Kikiwaka. Ravi is head counselor
is any North American subspecies of brown bear, including the mainland grizzly (Ursus arctos horribilis), Kodiak bear (U. a. middendorffi), peninsular grizzly (U. a. gyas), and the recently extinct California grizzly (U. a. californicus†) and Mexican grizzly bear (U. a. nelsoni†). Specialists sometimes call the grizzly the North American brown bear because the grizzly and the brown bear are one species on two continents. It should not be confused with the black grizzly or Ussuri brown bear (U. a. lasiotus) which is another giant brown bear subspecies inhabiting Russia, Northern China, and Korea.
Since the mainland grizzly is so widespread, it is representative and archetypal for the whole subspecific group. Even so, classification is being revised along genetic lines. Except for females with cubs, grizzlies are normally solitary, active animals, but in coastal areas, grizzlies gather around streams, lakes, rivers, and ponds during the salmon spawn. Every other year, females (sows) produce one to four young (usually two) which are small and weigh only about 500 grams (1 lb) at birth. A sow is protective of her offspring and will attack if she thinks she or her cubs are threatened.
The grizzly cabin is two stories. The cabin has a blue door with a Kikiwaka Crossing sign on it. The second floor is a balcony with sports equipment and Finn's bed. There is a ladder and slide connecting them. There is a beanbag at the foot of the slide. Ravi's bed is next to the door and has gray sheets. There is a table with Legos and a label-maker. There is a half-basketball court on the floor. At the back of the cabin, there is Matteo's bed. It has galaxy sheets and has his name written behind it. His side table has binoculars, a microscope, and a globe on it. Finn's bed has rainbow sheets, a football lamp, a skateboard, and his name written behind it. Under the balcony, there are three closets with dressers inside and a shelf on top of them. The floor has a blue rug in the middle.