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These cute hungry bear cubs are in for a treat.
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Natural World: Black Bears Of The Northwoods
Forty years ago Lynn Rogers began studying the black bears of the American Northwoods. During this time, he has formed a unique relationship with the bears, allowing him to spend time in close proximity with them, revealing more about their habits and characters than ever before. Through his research, Lynn Rogers hopes to prove that bears can live alongside people happily. Natural World follows Lynn and the bears for a year, revealing the nature of his relationship with his research subjects, including intimate footage of a bear and her new-born cubs.

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