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Published on Mar 12, 2009
The griz dominated the California landscape before Europeans arrived on the scene. Now, the only ones left are like phantoms flapping in the breeze on the state's flag. The California grizzly was the largest of all grizzlies and was often seen travelling in groups of 10-20. The last California grizzly died in 1924. The last one in southern California was shot in 1908. Hopefully, the citizens of California will learn from their past mistakes and protect the state's remaining native species as well the region's most characteristic ecosystem, the chaparral.