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Bears and Cougars

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Revision as of 17:19, 14 September 2018 by Retiredjerry (Talk | contribs)

A couple links to what you should do against bear and cougar attack:


discover Vancouver Island

List of bear attacks in North America with some details about them. Bear and Cougar attacks are very rare so mostly you don't need to worry. Maybe in Grizzly bear country like the north Rocky Mountains you should carry bear spray:

"Bear Attacks Their Causes and Avoidances" by Stephen Herrero [1]

wikipedia list of bear attacks

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