(ANIMAL CONSERVATION) After wolves were removed from the endangered list just a year ago—despite the fact that only 4,000 exist in the wild—wolf hunting has since been legalized in the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Unfortunately, the new regulations allow such a large number of licenses to be distributed that activists are worrying the population of wolves will reduce by roughly 15 percent.  Animal rights groups claim there are already a number of other ways that wolves can die besides hunting. Read the article below to learn both sides of the argument. — Global Animal
Nancy Jo Dowler, the president of the Timber Wolf Preservation Society, with Comet. Photo Credit: Narayan Mahon, New York Times

Read the New York Times article here: http://www.nytimes.com/friction-between-wolf-hunters-and-protectors-rises

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