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Hydroelectric dams like the Bonneville on the Columbia R. cause problems for salmon.

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Hydroelectric dams like the Bonneville on the Columbia R. cause problems for salmon.

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Hydroelectric dams like the Bonneville on the Columbia R. cause problems for salmon.

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Hydroelectric dams like the Dalles on the Columbia River cause problems for salmon.

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Hydroelectric dams like the Dalles on the Columbia River cause problems for salmon.

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Hydroelectric dams like the Dalles on the Columbia River cause problems for salmon.

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Hydroelectric dams like the Dalles on the Columbia River cause problems for salmon.

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Hydroelectric dams like the Dalles on the Columbia River cause problems for salmon.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream. At least, sometimes.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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A grizzly bear fishes for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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A grizzly bear fishes for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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A grizzly bear feeds on salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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A grizzly bear crosses the road in Katmai National Park. Every year, grizzlies converge on the rivers that run through the park to gorge themselves on migrating salmon.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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A bear shakes off as it leaves the water at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Preserve. Every year, grizzlies gather at the falls to gorge themselves on salmon, and tourists pack the decks to watch the action.

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Confrontation between two grizzlies over salmon fishing territory at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Confrontation over salmon-fishing territory between two grizzlies at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Confrontation between two grizzlies at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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A pair of grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, Alaska.

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A pair of grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, Alaska.

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Grizzly bear eating salmon at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, Alaska.

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Two grizzly bears facing off over fishing territory at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park Alaska.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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Grizzly bear fishing for sockeye salmon near Kodiak, Alaska.

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Grizzly bear fishing for sockeye salmon near Kodiak, Alaska.

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A bear fishes for salmon in the Kulik River in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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