(WOLVES) While being taken off of the endangered species list may seem ideal for any decreasing species, for an animal such as the gray wolf, it could potentially be a death sentence. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally proposed removing the gray wolf from the list of threatened and endangered species, noting that 6,100 wolves now roam the contiguous United States. Although the wolf population has made a promising recovery over the years, the truth is they haven’t yet ensured their stability as a species. Taking the gray wolf off the endangered species list would allow the hunting of these beautiful animals, destroying the progress they’ve made over the years. Click the link below and discover the harsh future facing the gray wolf. — Global Animal
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Under the proposal, state wildlife management agency professionals would resume responsibility for management and protection of gray wolves in states where wolves exist. Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Read the New York Times article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/08/opinion/dont-forsake-the-gray-wolf.html?hp&_r=0

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  1. HOW DARE THE IDIOTS !!!!!!! The wolf is an amazing animal that deserves protection from the murderers that would kill them all if possible!!!! Have people forgotten that the animals were here before people? That GOD made them for us to care for NOT KILL!!!!!!!