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The new specimen, a lower right jaw, contains all three molar teeth, one complete and one partial premolar tooth, and largely intact roots for a canine and several incisors at the front of the mouth.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife researchers are asking successful bear hunters throughout Oregon this fall to submit the bear's premolar tooth and female reproductive organs to help with a study designed to more accurately estimate Oregon's bear population.
The row of cheek teeth curves inward, and the premolar tooth behind the small canine has one cusp -- features found on some previous A.
In the Northwest, successful bear hunters will again be required to turn in to the ODFW a premolar tooth from all black bears harvested, and the reproductive tract from female bears.