ASPEN, Colo. (CBS4)– DNA tests have confirmed that a bear killed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers last week is the one that attacked a woman on Memorial Day. The bear’s stomach was filled with birdseed.

CPW tweeted a picture of the bear’s stomach on Wednesday morning.

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“The frustrating thing about this… is that it was entirely preventable,” said CPW Officer Matt Yamashita.

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The attack happened on the Hunter Creek trail head.

Last Thursday morning, officers were alerted about a bear matching the description in the same area. It was tracked down and euthanized.

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