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DNR says hunter killed another research bear

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The Department of Natural Resources confirms that a second bear tracked by wildlife researchers in northeastern Minnesota has been killed by a hunter.

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A DNR spokesman says the bear was legally harvested Friday.

Minnesota Public Radio News reports the Wildlife Research Institute in Ely says the bear's GPS collar was turned in at the DNR facility in Tower.

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