Video: Living With Grizzlies

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The best hope for grizzly bear recovery is to promote coexistence with the people who live near them. Defenders of Wildlife offers several proactive solutions and educational programs to help prevent conflicts between people and grizzlies that all-too-often result in the death of the bear.

Learn more about how Defenders of Wildlife is protecting grizzlies.

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Called "skunk bear" by the Blackfeet Indians, the wolverine is the largest terrestrial member of the weasel family. It has a broad head, small eyes and short rounded ears.
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