A veterinary team at Brookfield Zoo placed duct tape over cloth straps to hold a 1,025-pound male polar bear in place for a CT scan given as part of a broad medical exam. The information gleaned from the scan will help build baseline knowledge that may be useful in preventing wild polar bears' extinction.
How do you give a polar bear a CT scan? Duct tape
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