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Wild animals moving farther into human spaces

Once deep woods denizens, more critters are roaming the suburbs south of Boston

We should get used to seeing bears, beavers, and fishers, never mind the already common deer, wild turkeys, coyotes, and, to a lesser extent, bald eagles, wildlife specialists say.

Because more of them will be living among us in the future.

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