You are more likely to be killed by lightning, or maybe a bee, than by a bear.
But those odds in Yellowstone National Park -- 1 in 2.1 million -- didn't help a 63-year-old man from Billings, Mont. Lance Crosby's body was found last week, partially consumed and covered with pine needles and seeds, an unmistakable sign that a bear would be back to feed.
On Thursday, park officials said they had euthanized an adult female grizzly involved in the attack.
As hundreds of angry calls and emails flooded the Yellowstone office, however, officials said their decision to put down the animal was not taken lightly.
"As park managers, we are constantly...