Continuous incidents of Bear-Train collisions leads to a challenging situation in two Western Canada parks.
The Banff and Yoho national parks in Western Canada have been home to grizzly bears since the 1880s. Historically, bears have roamed freely there with no threats to their life.
However, in recent years since 2000, more than 17 bears have been reportedly killed from bear-train collisions.
The worrisome development prompted the University of Alberta in association with the Canada