Gray Wolf Can Be Hunted Again

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Gray Wolf Can Be Hunted Again

After nearly being driven to extinction 50 years ago, the gray wolf has been removed from the endangered list and can be hunted again. What do you think?
  • "It was really stupid to almost drive them to extinction but not finish the job. Now they're sure to want revenge."

    Barry Wydler
    Technical Writer
  • "It's a proud moment in preservation when we can finally remove an animal from the endangered species list in order to drive it right back toward extinction."

    Mick Ellis
    Shop Foreman
  • "Well, I was just going to build a taller fence to protect my sheep, but if the government says I can shoot them, I guess I should."

    Anita Bargeld
    Sheep Farmer