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Title: Grizzly bear rubbing on a bridge
Bears rub on many objects other than trees. This clip shows a grizzly bear rubbing on a wooden bridge on a decommissioned forest road. Barbed wire is attached to the wodden bridge beams and the bear rub tree next to the bridge to collect bear hair. This footage is still photos from a remote camera that have been stitched together in sequence.
Location: MT, Flathead National Forest, USA
Date Taken: 7/1/2011
Video Producer: Katherine C. Kendall , U.S. Geological Survey
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Additional Video Credits:
US Geological Survey - Northern Divide Bear Project
For more information go to: Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK)
For additional information go to: Remote imagery of DNA-based sampling (NOROCK)
For additional information go to: Monitoring Bear Populations with Non-Invasive Sampling 2009 - 2013 (NOROCK)
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