Grizzly Kills Yellowstone Hiker

    This photo released by Yellowstone National Park shows a grizzly bear moving through the brush, June 7, 2005, in the park in Wyoming. Federal wildlife officials plan to propose that grizzly bears around Yellowstone National Park be removed from protection under the Endangered Species Act. The official in charge of the program said Thursday, June 9, 2005, there are adequate protections in place for both the bears and their habitat. (AP Photo/Yellowstone National Park, James Peaco)

    File photo of bear in 2005. (James Peaco, Yellowstone National Park / AP Photo)

    Yellowstone National Park officials announced the death of a hiker Monday who was fatally wounded by a grizzly bear last week. The Michigan man was hiking alone and had pitched a tent in a campground Wednesday, where he was later discovered by other hikers, though officials told the Associated Press that no one witnessed the attack. His body was discovered a few miles away from the site of another attack earlier this summer, where a mama grizzly killed a hiker in July. Officials have reason to believe that the both attacks could be traced to the same grizzly, and have set traps to catch the bear.

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