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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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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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These grizzly bears in Larson Bay, AK have 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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These grizzly bears in Larson Bay, AK have 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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These grizzly bears in Larson Bay, AK have 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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These grizzly bears in Larson Bay, Alaska, discovered that the dump is a source of easy meals. Local people often stop in to watch the bears forage in trash. Situations like this can lead to problems — once bears become unafraid of people, they can wonder into town looking for food and are often shot as a result.

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These grizzly bears in Larson Bay, Alaska, discovered that the dump is a source of easy meals. Local people often stop in to watch the bears forage in trash. Situations like this can lead to problems — once bears become unafraid of people, they can wonder into town looking for food and are often shot as a result.

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These grizzly bears in Larson Bay, Alaska, discovered that the dump is a source of easy meals. Local people often stop in to watch the bears forage in trash. Situations like this can lead to problems — once bears become unafraid of people, they can wonder into town looking for food and are often shot as a result.

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These grizzly bears in Larson Bay, AK have 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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A grizzly forages for food in a dump on Kodiak Island, Alaska. Bears who

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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A grizzly bear cub plays in trash at a dump on Kodiak Island, Alaska. Bears who

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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Grizzly bears attracted to the dumpsters at the oil field sites in Prudhoe Bay, AK.

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These grizzly bears in Larson Bay, AK have 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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A grizzly walks away from the dump at Larson Bay, Alaska. Several grizzlies frequent the dump, creating a hazard for themselves and the people who use it.

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At “Bear World” in Rexburg, Idaho, one grizzly stands upright peering into a car while another tries to hitch a ride.

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Visitors to a photo booth at Bear World, near Yellowstone National Park get their photo taken with grizzly bears — the safe way.

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Visitors to a photo booth at Bear World, near Yellowstone National Park get their photo taken with grizzly bears — the safe way.

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“Bear World” in Rexburg, Idaho on the way to Yellowstone National Park provides visitors with an up-close encounter with grizzly bears.

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Visitors to a photo booth at Bear World, near Yellowstone National Park get their photo taken with grizzly bears — the safe way.

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“Bear World” in Rexburg, Idaho on the way to Yellowstone National Park provides visitors with an up-close encounter with grizzly bears.

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“Bear World” in Rexburg, Idaho on the way to Yellowstone National Park provides visitors with an up-close encounter with grizzly bears.

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“Bear World” in Rexburg, Idaho on the way to Yellowstone National Park provides visitors with an up-close encounter with grizzly bears.

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The Grizzly Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana, allows tourists to see a grizzly bear up close, the safe way.

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The Grizzly Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana, allows tourists to see a grizzly bear up close, the safe way.

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The Grizzly Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana, allows tourists to see a grizzly bear up close, the safe way.

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