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The case for co-existing with grizzly bears

Photo from Charlie Russell's website, cloudline.org

Grizzly bears are one of the most feared animals of the north. They're strong, powerful, and can be deadly. But Charlie Rusell says they're mostly misunderstood. He spent twelve years living with grizzlies and is on a quest to show the world humans and grizzlies can live in harmony. He's spoke with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.

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