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Grizzly Bear

Ursus arctos horribilis 

The grizzly bear has a stable and sustainable population in the North American wild. However, among the many factors affecting their way of life, human interactions can have the most impact. Some bears find the urban environment too enticing and must be relocated, such as the bears exhibited at the Tulsa Zoo.


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