A grizzly and her cub were headed toward an elk carcass near Pilgrim Creek in Grand Teton National Park in early June. The justice meted out to animals who attack humans varies by jurisdiction and species, but the default is to err on the side of public safety. Deby Dixon The Washington Post
A grizzly and her cub were headed toward an elk carcass near Pilgrim Creek in Grand Teton National Park in early June. The justice meted out to animals who attack humans varies by jurisdiction and species, but the default is to err on the side of public safety. Deby Dixon The Washington Post

Do wild animals that attack people need to die?

June 21, 2016 10:52 PM

UPDATED June 23, 2016 12:24 PM