A grizzly bear roams in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., in 2011. In Alaska, an instructor teaching a mountaineering class on Mount Emmerich was mauled by a bear Monday. The type of bear in the Alaska attack has not yet been identified.
A grizzly bear roams in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., in 2011. In Alaska, an instructor teaching a mountaineering class on Mount Emmerich was mauled by a bear Monday. The type of bear in the Alaska attack has not yet been identified. Jim Urquhart Associated Press, file
A grizzly bear roams in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., in 2011. In Alaska, an instructor teaching a mountaineering class on Mount Emmerich was mauled by a bear Monday. The type of bear in the Alaska attack has not yet been identified. Jim Urquhart Associated Press, file

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