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Elk carcasses spark brawls among Tetons grizzly family

WILDLIFE WATCHING — Grizzly 399 and Grizzly 610 — 399's daughter from 2006 that is now full-grown and raising cubs of her own — thrilled visitors to Grand Teton National Park this summer as they raised this year's cubs by roads in the Wyoming park.

But the two bear mothers have been squabbling recently over a bison carcass and elk carcasses left behind by hunters.

Read the story from the Jackson Hole News & Guide.
  




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