Another Grizzly Fatality

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    Sad..but..

    Can't stress it enough..and you have..that if you are in a wild area..you have to take care.
     
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    Sad,but that why we call them wild animals.You hike in bear country,be prepared.
     
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    17 people dead this year in yosemite......outdoors is dangerous
     
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    Now ya know why dey say don't feed the bears...
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    Yellowstone hunts killer grizzly bear
    29 August 2011 - Yellowstone National Park is home to hundreds of grizzly bears

     
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    Maybe their posible extinction wouldn't be such a bad thing.
     
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    This kind of hits close. 2 weeks ago, I was hiking on that trail. With three other people...making lots of noise.Weird.
     
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    But the right wingers got it so you can carry guns in national parks didn't they?
    It was supposed to fix this problem.
     
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    Hikers or bears?
     
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    Not in Jellystone. No guns allowed in the Park unles you are a Park Employee who is specially certified.
     

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