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The contest has ended! April 01 2016

And the winning answers are...

The grizzly bear ate only carrots and parsley roots when he raided the garden. He was downright fastidious.

Surprisingly, carrots and parsley are in the same Apiaceae family and bears are well-equipped for digging.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our contest. We had a lot of fun reading everyone's guesses.

The full story and videos are still available on our website here: "Grizzly Raids"

Happy Planting!
Chief
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