Pretty smart, if you go by one account in the Aug. 30, 1933 copy of the Billings Gazette.
One smart grizzly had the community of Boulder on high alert after it broke into a cooler house and ate some bacon and ham and went and broke into a ranger station, ransacked it and broke out windows.
In three weeks the bear had sprung two traps, and a posse was formed to end the bear’s foraging.
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