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September 29, 2006

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Colorado Grizzly Sighting: Two hunters spy three silvertips

The last know grizzly bear in Colorado was killed in the South San Juan Wilderness in 1979. So state wildlife authorities were a bit skeptical when they announced yesterday that two hunters claim they spotted three grizzlies near Independence Pass in the San Isabel National Forest on Sept. 20. Nonetheless, they are posting signs warning area visitors that grizzlies may lurk nearby.

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