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    Bears are a predator in Shelter Two, and pose a danger both to the mother lynx and her cubs. These animals are big, dark brown/grey in color, with triangular spots on their fur. The regular bear is smaller than the Polar Bear, which is It is a tan/white color. The polar bear is only found in the Tundra territory, while the regular bear is found in both the Hill area and the Mountain Area.

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    The non-profit National Smokejumper Association is dedicated to preserving the history of airborne firefighters of the past and providing a voice for today's smokejumpers.

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    Mar 26,  · For the fire season, where smokejumpers were used the average cost, including initial attack and follow-up expenses, was just $ per fire. Without the jumpers, the cost per fire soared to an estimated average cost of $3, per fire.

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    Bear Attack Shirt sold by Smokejumper. Shop more products from Smokejumper on Storenvy, the home of independent small businesses all over the world.

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    Jul 07,  · SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is investigating after a man was reportedly attacked by a bear on an island on South Holston Lake. TWRA spokesperson Author: Murry Lee.

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    Jul 11,  · ASPEN, Colo. (KDVR) — The Aspen man attacked by a bear inside a home is out of the hospital and recovering one day after his face-to-face encounter. The year-old says he was staying in a home.

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    Jun 22,  · CANAAN, N.H. (WHDH) - Authorities in Canaan, New Hampshire, are searching for a bear that attacked a man in his yard Friday night. The bear ran across the man’s yard around 9 p.m. and clawed him.

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    Oct 24,  · A smokejumper from West Yellowstone, Montana jumps the Bear Lake Fire, August 24, , using a ram-air parachute. The fire was on the Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest in Montana. This image was taken from a video shot by a camera attached to the wingtip. Most of the jumpers at West Yellowstone are using the ram-air today.

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