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RAW VIDEO: Bears Frolic When No One Is Looking

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Officials in Alberta, Canada stationed a remote wildlife camera in Kananaskis Country, a park visited by millions each year. The camera captured bears rubbing a tree, which wildlife experts say is a way of communicating with other animals.

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Bull Sharks

National Geographic (Jan. 20, 2012) — National Geographic biologist Mike Heithaus travels to the shallow coastal waters of the Florida Keys, where the bull shark makes its home and unsuspecting beachgoers frolic. Heithaus investigates the shark’s feeding habits using Crittercam®.
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AP (Jan. 14, 2014) — Nevada wildlife officials say bears in the Tahoe Basin aren't hibernating due to the mild winter weather, and that instead the animals are looking out looking for food, and getting closer to people. (Jan. 14)
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RAW VIDEO: Bears' Eye View of Alaska

RAW VIDEO: Bears' Eye View of Alaska

AP (May 7, 2013) — Biologists at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game are getting a peek into what city bears do all day. Six bears were equipped with rugged video cameras attached to collars around their necks.
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