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In this May 2, 2007 photo, bear researcher Lynn Rogers of Ely, Minn., allows Ted, a tame black bear raised by humans, to lick his lips while checking on the bear in its enclosure at the North American Bear Center in Ely. The renowned bear researcher known to hand-feed the animals and broadcast the birth of cubs over the Internet lost his Minnesota permit Friday, June 28, 2013 to do his close-up studies. (AP Photo/The Duluth News-Tribune, Clint Austin)

Bear researcher asks for time to continue work

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A black bear researcher will ask Gov. Mark Dayton for time to continue his work beyond the end of the month.

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