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grizzly

A coach captured some stunning photos of the bear.
Grizzlies are extremely susceptible to being caught in wolf or coyote killing snares. Although there are designated areas and seasons to protect grizzlies from falling victim to snares, these are quite ineffective in protecting bears. Hundreds upon hundreds of wolves are killed every year for a bounty that also causes the by-catch death of grizzly bears and countless other animals. In this new millennium, Canada has returned to the old adage of "shoot, shovel, and shut up."
The 225-kilogram grizzly ate another bear last fall.
It's so cute until you remember he can eat you.
There can be no doubt now that a recent viral photo of a grizzly bear standing on its hind legs to check out an expensive
OK, this grizzly actually IS smarter than the average bear. A researcher in Montana thought a bear would fall for an experiment