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Law enforcement officials have been searching for the brown bear that fatally attacked a hiker in Eagle River near Anchorage, but the bruin can’t be tracked down. Here’s more from the Anchorage Daily News:
“The immediate trail has gone cold,” said Alaska Department of Fish and Game spokesman Ken Marsh on Monday.
“At this point we’re going more into a long-term type of strategy,” he said, though he couldn’t say exactly what measures biologists may take aside from closely monitoring the situation in case there are more bear sightings.