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A black bear takes a "selfie" on Nov. 24, 2022, in Boulder, Colo. The image was captured on a motion-sensing camera, which was installed so that officials could track, learn about and protect wildlife. City of Boulder hide caption

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Hank the Tank is "our big bear friend who has adopted the Tahoe Keys neighborhood as his residential area," police in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., say. Officials with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife say that DNA samples show that at least two other large bears have broken into nearly two dozen homes. Bear League hide caption

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Hank the Tank is "our big bear friend who has adopted the Tahoe Keys neighborhood as his residential area," police in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., say. State officials are now trying to trap the bear, who weighs 500 pounds. Bear League hide caption

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Zebra sharks are one example of an animal that can reproduce sexually and asexually. Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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San Diego Chargers' Fans Look To Erase Bolt Tattoos

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The Anchorage Police Department captured video of a black bear roaming the city's streets. Anchorage Police Department/Screen Shot by NPR hide caption

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A brown bear in its natural habitat. Wildlife ecologists in Minnesota found that black bears in their study experienced an increase in heart rate when buzzed by drones. iStockphoto hide caption

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Drones Increase Heart Rates Of Wild Bears. Too Much Stress?

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