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March 15, 2012
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In Florida, conservationists worry that increasing development is quickly carving up the last remaining portions of wilderness and threatening the state’s black bear populations. Ranchers may hold the key to preserving tracts of undeveloped land to provide bears and other creatures room to roam.

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