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Why wolves still need our protection

When the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reintroduced 66 gray wolves into Yellowstone National Park and adjacent wilderness areas in Idaho back in 1995-1996, conservationists and ranchers squared off across a fence and hurled insults at each other for months. By then,…

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