In Brief: Cool baths the grizzly bear’s secret to combating climate change

The Billings Gazette is reporting new research indicating that Yellowstone National Park’s grizzly bears are pretty savvy about staying cool, even as high temperatures become more common. Their secret? Cool baths in the park’s numerous lakes. The finding is a key part of the study examining how the bears will adapt to climate change, with researchers saying they believe the bears are going to be okay.

Read more about the bears’ adaptability in this story by the Billings Gazette.

 

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