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Turning away from the importuning brown eyes, she studied the color photocopies of Ursus horribilis thumbtacked to a long bulletin board situated over a conference table: the muscular hump between the shoulders developed, it was thought, to aid in the main function of the four-inch claws—digging. Fur was brown, tipped or grizzled with silver, earning the bear its name. Mars were rounded, plump, teddy-bear ears; teeth less sanguine, the canines an inch or so in length, well suited to their feeding habits.

This is one of the hair trees we've marked. " She pointed to a piece of reflective plastic that had been nailed to the tree about as high as the average person could reach with a hammer. "We also number them to be sure we know exactly which samples came from which tree. The numbers are behind the trunk at the bottom. " Rory asked at the same time Anna noticed segments had been stapled to the bark in an uneven, widespread pattern. "That scratches them a little deeper is all. " Rory's concern at an enraged grizzly in the neighborhood was clear on his face.

Ah, well," Joan said. " She looked worried. One of her four-hundred-pound charges had misbehaved. The concern wasn't misplaced, considering what penalties humankind often extracted from other species for even the slightest infractions. Joan stirred around in the pile some more. "These lumps, dog food or horse pellets is my guess. Bears don't have what you'd call careful digestion. Food passes through them almost in its original form sometimes. See? You can see the edge of this pellet. Hardly dulled.

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