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Genetic Preparation for Hibernation Is Key for Grizzly Bears

News   Sep 19, 2019 | Original story from Washington State University

 
Genetic Preparation for Hibernation Is Key for Grizzly Bears

Dr. Lynne Nelson (left foreground), and Dr. Charlie Robbins (left side back row) conduct a cardiac ultrasound on a groggy bear during hibernation in past research done at Washington State University's Bear Research, Education, and Conservation Center. Nelson's work contributed to the understanding of a grizzly's unique physiology. Credit: Photo by Henry Moore Jr. BCU/WSU.

 
 
 

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