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National Geographic: Moth-Eating Grizzly Bears
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Photo Credits: Citizen scientists sampling vegetation – National Park Service (NPS); Researcher in the western Antarctic Peninsula; source: NSIDC National Snow and Ice Data Center; Credit: Ted Scambos, University of Colorado, Boulder. Feb. 5, 2020. Arctic fox, source: National Science Foundation, Multimedia Gallery, credit – Alfred-Wegner/Michael Ginzburg, Creative Commons license Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0); Juvenile red-tailed hawk – by Tom Koerner/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Public Domain. Stand of mature aspen trees on Boulder Mountain in Utah – by Martin Venturas, University of Utah. Sloth bear – source: Wikipedia; Author: Marieke IJsendoorn-Kuijpers. License: CC-BY-2.0. Right side bar: Canada lynx. Author: Keith Williams. Source: Wikipedia. License: CC BY 2.0