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Survival of Introduced Black Bear Cubs in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
Daniel W. Carney and Michael R. Vaughan
Bears: Their Biology and Management
Vol. 7, A Selection of Papers from the Seventh International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, and Plitvice Lakes, Yugoslavia, February and March 1986 (1987), pp. 83-85
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