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Natural World

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3/11. Moose on the Loose. Wildlife biologists
Rick Sinnott and Jessy Coltrane want to prove that large wild animals can live happily in the biggest city in Alaska. But how will the 250,000 citizens of Anchorage adjust to sharing their parks and grounds with 1.000 moose, 60 grizzly bears, 200 black bears and several packs of wolves? The close encounters that ensue between man and beast are often entertaining, but with such dangerous predators in people's backyards, Rick and Jessy sometimes struggle to keep the peace. Producer Ian Gray ; Series editor Tim Martin Moment of the week: page 59; The Inside Story: page 92

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Unknown: Rick Sinnott
Unknown: Jessy Coltrane
Producer: Ian Gray
Editor: Tim Martin

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