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Minnesota Conservation Officer Randy Hanzal watches a young black bear as it leaves a parking lot in Lincoln Park this afternoon. The bear crossed Superior Street and went up the hill into an residential area.(Steve Kuchera / Duluth News Tribune)

Bear leaves spectators behind in Duluth's Lincoln Park

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A black bear up a tree in Duluth's Lincoln Park business district Wednesday afternoon clambered down after about two hours and walked away from the crowd that had gathered to see it.

The bear had come through US Bank's parking lot shortly after noon and climbed a 20-foot conifer tree along 20th Avenue West.

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