This do-not-feed-the-bears sign was posted in the 1950s in Great Smoky Mountains National Park as part of a campaign to reduce black bear bites and scratches.
This do-not-feed-the-bears sign was posted in the 1950s in Great Smoky Mountains National Park as part of a campaign to reduce black bear bites and scratches. National Park Service
This do-not-feed-the-bears sign was posted in the 1950s in Great Smoky Mountains National Park as part of a campaign to reduce black bear bites and scratches. National Park Service

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