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Bear touching vehicle

A cinnamon black bear props itself up on a vehicle in the Tower-Roosevelt area of Yellowstone National Park in May 2019.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Officials in Yellowstone National Park tell drivers to honk at bears.

Recently a black bear in the northern part of the park put its paws up on cars. Similar problems have happened over the past year.

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Park officials say drivers should honk and drive away whenever a bear gets too close.

They say bears that are used to people and get food from them can become aggressive and have to be killed.

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