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Grand Teton NP forced to euthanize food-habituated bear and relocate her cubs

Park officials faced a difficult situation to euthanize a sow black bear and have her cubs relocated to Michigan after visitors blatantly ignored the “Do Not Feed Wildlife” signs that are displayed at Grand Teton National Park.


An unfortunate situation in Grand Teton National Park unfolded recently, after two visitors illegally fed fruit to three black bears. The visitors were observed giving food rewards to the bears from their cars as they drove through the park.


https://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2018/10/15/sow-black-bear-euthanized-cubs-relocated-fed-visitors-grand-teton-national-park/

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