Official: Grizzly Bear Offspring May Not Be Killed but Mother Bear in Fatal Attack to Be Put Down

The mother grizzly bear that mauled three people in Montana this week will be put to death, but an official involved in the decision-making process says her three young offspring may not need to be euthanized. The cubs could spend the rest of their lives in a zoo, Chris Servheen, the grizzly bear recovery coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service, said this morning on "Good Morning America." Some officials have expressed fears that the cubs would have to be put down because they...Full Story
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