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Game and Fish biologists turn over a bear they had earlier sedated. This is bear #380, that had broken into an unoccupied cabin at the Shoshone Lodge around Easter. The agency couldn't find a place that wanted the bear, so they euthanized it, because they felt it was too dangerous. The bear had been called ""The Pahaska Bear"" because it spent a lot of time around Pahaska. It had never approached a human, or threatened any of the photographers that got so close to it on numerous occasions. But because it went into the unoccupied cabin when it came out of hibernation hungry, it had to be destroyed. It was a healthy five year old boar when it was destroyed.

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