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Video produced by Grizzly Creek Films for Draper Museum of Natural History in late 2007. These 'Bear Aware' videos were co-produced with Yellowstone National Park, the Shoshone National Forest, and Wyoming's Game and Fish Department. They were shown in libraries and in the Shoshone National Forest. They were requested by Grand Teton National Park. and Xanterra for use in their facilities, and were also requested for use by several area cable companies. The videos were to be disseminated to the entities for free, but a former co-owner of Grizzly Creek Films would not allow them to be given away without a commercial for UDAP Bear Spray attached. UDAP's owner did not want the commercial attached. However, the videos were later shared with NASA, who requested them to train their climate investigators in Canada and Alaska, saying these were the best Bear Aware videos they had seen worldwide. The Videos are displayed in the Draper. THIS SEQUENCE TOLD PEOPLE HOW TO VIEW BEARS IN THE WILD SAFELY.

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