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Mother grizzly and cubs in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in Prudhoe Bay.)

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Mother grizzly and cubs in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in Prudhoe Bay.)

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Biologists collared this tranquilized grizzly bear near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska on the Arctic coastal plain. They are studying how the bears live with the oil fields in the area.

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Biologists weigh and collar a tranquilized grizzly bear near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska on the Arctic coastal plain. They arestudying how the bears live with the oil fields in the area.

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Biologists collared this tranquilized grizzly bear near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska on the Arctic coastal plain. They are studying how the bears live with the oil fields in the area.

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Grizzly asleep in cotton flower on Alaska’s north slope. The bear was tranquilized by biologists so they could radio collar it.

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Biologists collar a tranquilized grizzly bear near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska on the Arctic coastal plain. They are studying how the bears live with the oil fields in the area.

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Grizzly bear in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The bears are attracted to the dumpsters used at the oil field sites.

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Grizzly bear in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The bears are attracted to the dumpsters used at the oil field sites.

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Grizzly bear in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The bears are attracted to the dumpsters used at the oil field sites.

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A mother grizzly and her cub in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The bears are attracted to the dumpsters used at the oil field sites.

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Grizzly bear in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The bears are attracted to the dumpsters used at the oil field sites.

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A mother grizzly and her cubs walk on top of an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The drilling there has drawn bears into garbage dumps and away from their natural food sources.

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A mother grizzly and her cubs walk on top of an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The drilling there has drawn bears into garbage dumps and away from their natural food sources.

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A grizzly bear peers through pipe sections in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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Grizzly bear in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in the Prudhoe Bay area.)

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Grizzly bear in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in the Prudhoe Bay area.)

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Grizzly bear in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in the Prudhoe Bay area.)

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Mother grizzly and cubs in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in Prudhoe Bay.)

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Mother grizzly and cubs in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in Prudhoe Bay.)

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Grizzly bears in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in the Prudhoe Bay area.)

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Grizzly bears in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in the Prudhoe Bay area.)

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Mother grizzly and cubs in the Arctic (on the Beaufort Sea in Prudhoe Bay.)

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A grizzly bear crosses the tundra in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Industrial development there has led to bears becoming habituated to humans and their garbage, an easy source of food.

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A grizzly bear peers through pipe sections in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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A mother grizzly and her cubs walk on top of an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The drilling there has drawn bears into garbage dumps and away from their natural food sources.

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A mother grizzly and her cubs walk on top of an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The drilling there has drawn bears into garbage dumps and away from their natural food sources.

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This grizzly bear in Larson Bay, AK has found an easy meal at the garbage dump. It’s a bad habit, though — looking for food around humans gets many bears killed.

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This grizzly bear in Larson Bay, AK has found an easy meal at the garbage dump. It’s a bad habit, though — looking for food around humans gets many bears killed.

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