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Treehugger14, 17, , Canada asks...
"The grey wolf once inhabitated most of North America, but was nearly exterminated over the last century. A top predator species, wolves are critical to sustaining the proper functioning of ecosystems by helping keep prey populations in check. Under protection of the Endangered Species Act, wolves are now rebounding in parts of their historic range. In the Northern Rockies region, reintroduction of wolves to Idaho, Montana and Wyoming began in the mid-1990's, and has been a success. Wolves can now be readily viewed not only in the Yellowstone region, but the Sawtooth Valley and other parts of Idaho and Montana. Yet animosity to wolves still runs deep in some circles, including among many public lands ranchers who fear -- unjustifiably -- wolf predations of their liestock "
Posted: June 08, 2012      Sorry, this question has been archived and cannot be answered anymore
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sheilarae, 15, TX, United States of America on June 09, 2012 answers...
"I love grey wolves. They are such beautiful animals. It's great that the reintroduction of grey wolves to their natural environments has been such a success. -TeamKatniss/Peeta"

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