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National Geographic's The Grizzlies (1987) 
Monster of imagination and monarch of the wild, the great grizzly bear has long played a part in
myth and legend. Despite man's combined fear of and fascination with the grizzly, the bear survives
today only by consent of his one real contender - man. Travel from Alaska's Brooks Range to
Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park for a fascinating portrait of this powerful, intelligent, and
extremely aggressive creature in THE GRIZZLIES. 
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Eyewitness Video: Bear (1997) 
From the giant polar bear to the Malaysian sun bear, DK Vision covers all its bases in Eyewitness: Bear. Amazing images and insightful narration show these cousins of dogs in nature, in history, and in our mythology. Perhaps they play such a large role in our lives because they were such fierce competition for our hunter-gatherer ancestors. 
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National Geographic's Polar Bear Alert (1982) 
Cute in Coke commercials and often playful when left on their own, polar bears are among the most deadly of carnivores. In the first few minutes of this early-1980s National Geographic episode, a bear avidly slaps and bumps a metal cage holding a photographer. If a polar bear can swim out and catch a seal with one grab, narrator Jason Robards reminds us, he can also outrun a man.
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National Geographic's Giant Bears of Kodiak Island (1992)
Follow the largest carnivore that walks the earth, the great Kodiak bear, down ancient feeding trails, up salmon-rich rivers - even into a den where a mother nurses her newborn cubs. You'll watch cubs learning to fish, bears gorging in berry-laden fields, and a remarkable scene of bears consuming a beached whale carcass.
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Predators of the Wild - V. 2 - Grizzly Bear (1992) 
A  fascinating portrait of this powerful, intelligent, and extremely aggressive creature.
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Nova - All American Bear (1994) 
Focuses on the black bear's hibernation, habitat, mating and eating patterns and general
characteristics. 
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National Geographic's The Great White Bear (1999) 
The term "poetry in motion" could have been coined to describe the spectacular photography and
lyrical narrative that bring to life the two-year saga of a polar bear and her twin cubs. The mother guards her cubs and slowly teaches them how to survive in their harsh habitat. Helicopter shots of the ghostly beautiful landscape combine with inherent drama that make the 60-minute educational video play like a gripping feature-length film. 
Alaska's Grizzlies 
Bear Adventures (1997) 
Red Deserts 
 
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