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Published on Nov 10, 2017
Grizzly bears could potentially harm, injure, or even kill people. So why (and how) do scientists risk their lives to track and protect them?
Experience intense, unique, and sometimes dangerous moments with scientists working in the field, as they explain first-hand the kinds of risks they take to find answers. There's so much more to being a scientist than being stuck in a lab. Watch every Friday for new episodes of Science in the Extremes.
Yellowstone grizzlies removed from threatened species list http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/na... "'There are a lot of safeguards in the conservation strategy to ensure the grizzly population will remain,' said Kevin Frey, a wildlife management specialist for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks."
The Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team https://www.usgs.gov/science/interage... "The team was formed by the Department of the Interior (DOI) in 1973 as a direct result of controversy surrounding the closure of open pit garbage dumps within Yellowstone National Park during 1968-72."
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