Government investigation concludes the attack on Valérie Théorêt, 37 and Adèle, 10 months, was unpreventable

The grizzly bear that killed a Canadian school teacher and her infant daughter was injured and desperate for food, according to a government investigation which concluded the tragic attack could not have been prevented.

Valérie Théorêt, 37 and Adèle, 10 months, were killed in November by a male grizzly bear in an unprovoked attack as they walked close to the family’s remote cabin in the Yukon.

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