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Talking Points for June 4: Meat 'copter, VERY big fridge, living with veggies

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How did a flooded Alaska town stave off a potential invasion of bears? Officials in Galena, Alaska, hired a helicopter to ferry meat. They were not trying to entice the bears away but keep a huge amount of spoiled meat from drawing the critters to the trash cans of residents. The remote village had been hit by power outages and many of the 500 residents had their food spoil. With the road...

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