Animals: Too Tough

"Too tough to have a name," was a three-year-old, 350-lb. female grizzly bear taken last month from Yellowstone National Park to Pittsburgh's Highland Park Zoo. Early one morning last week, Too Tough, crazed by the sun baking her steel-barred cage, ripped off its wooden roof, lumbered out. When a pedestrian saw her waddle wild-eyed into a public street, the police gave the alarm, closed the park streets to traffic, drove moppets out of the park swimming pool. After a five-hour police search a park workman walked down into an underpass, found the...

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