FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2012 file photo provided by David McKay, grizzly bears, Griz, right, and Yosemite are seen at Animals of Montana, a captive animal facility near Bozeman, Mont. Federal authorities say the death of a Montana animal trainer mauled by the two 500-pound captive brown bears could have been prevented if standard safety procedures had been followed. Twenty-four-year-old Benjamin Cloutier was killed in November while cleaning the Syrian brown bears’ pen at Animals of Montana, which rents out captive-bred animals for photography shoots and motion pictures. (AP Photo/David McKay, File)

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FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2012 file photo provided by David McKay, grizzly bears, Griz, right, and Yosemite are seen at Animals of Montana, a captive animal facility near Bozeman, Mont. Federal authorities say the death of a Montana animal trainer mauled by the two 500-pound captive brown bears could have been prevented if standard safety procedures had been followed. Twenty-four-year-old Benjamin Cloutier was killed in November while cleaning the Syrian brown bears’ pen at Animals of Montana, which rents out captive-bred animals for photography shoots and motion pictures. (AP Photo/David McKay, File)
FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2012 file photo provided by David McKay, grizzly bears, Griz, right, and Yosemite are seen at Animals of Montana, a captive animal facility near Bozeman, Mont. Federal authorities say the death of a Montana animal trainer mauled by the two 500-pound captive brown bears could have been prevented if standard safety procedures had been followed. Twenty-four-year-old Benjamin Cloutier was killed in November while cleaning the Syrian brown bears’ pen at Animals of Montana, which rents out captive-bred animals for photography shoots and motion pictures. (AP Photo/David McKay, File)
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