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Submitted by amprovost on Mon, 03/20/2017 - 17:10

     Research conducted in an Alaska national park has revealed that grizzly bears actually do much more hunting of land animals than previously thought. For quite some time, there was a popular misconception that with the exception of salmon hunting, most bears subsided mainly on vegetation. However, in a study conducted by park rangers and by the department of the interior, it was revealed that grizzly bears are also active land hunters, going out of their way to track down and kill prey. This study was conducted by tranquilzing adult bears and attaching multiple remote camereas to them. The footage obtained revealed everything about the bears' lives, including their grusome hunting habits.