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How Did the Grizzly Bear Cross the Road?

In 1997, Adam Ford, a researcher in wildlife restoration ecology at the University of British Columbia, and his collaborators had a query that sounds like the beginning of a child's joke: How do animals cross the road? It’s an important question, because animals are chronic jaywalkers. When humans lay down highways through once-wild habitats, stomping grounds get fragmented and animals might be marooned in a place that doesn’t have everything they need in food, water, or mates.
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