Feds consider lifting protections for gray wolves across Lower 48
Published 04/26/2013, Associated Press
The draft U.S. Department of Interior rule obtained by the Associated Press contends that roughly 5,000 wolves now living in the Northern Rockies and Great Lakes are enough to prevent the species’ extinction. The agency says having gray wolves elsewhere is unnecessary for their long-term survival.Word count: 494
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