Famous Bear Cub Killed in Hit and Run in National Park

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC | By Todd Wilkinson – The first official day of summer dawned with tragedy in Grand Teton National Park Monday as news of the death of the lone cub of world-famous Grizzly 399 spread. The cub was struck and killed by a car Sunday night, in an incident that rangers are investigating as

The Only Cub of America’s Most Famous Grizzly Bear was just Killed by a Car

THE WASHINGTON POST | By Karin Brulliard – … Thomas D. Mangelsen, who spent two years photographing 399 and her progeny for his book “Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek,” told National Geographic last month that more than half of her cubs or descendants had already perished — felled by other bears, or by run-ins with people.