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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
A Joint venture between art and architecture in Dundee has given two bears from the city's Camperdown Wildlife Park a new home.
The project has also provided the public an innovative space to view them.
Artist Mark Dion has worked closely with Dundee City Council on the redevelopment of the enclosure for European brown bears, Comet and Star, and yesterday officially opened his contribution - a round sculptural stone building.
Known as the Bear Broch, because its shape mimics the ancient Scottish stone dwelling known as a broch, the finished building has a large viewing window on to the massive …