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MISSOULA — The grizzly bear answers to a lot of names.
COEUR D'ALENE — Researchers are planning to collect grizzly bear fur samples snagged on barbed wire as part of a three-year study in northern Idaho and northwestern Montana.
HELENA — Gayle Joslin is deep in the Elkhorn Mountains above Basin along the Continental Divide, carefully using a hemostat to remove strands of grizzly bear hair from one of four lengths of barbed wire set up in a zigzag pattern on an old, dead tree.