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Wolf Killings More Than Double But Fall Short

Tuesday, June 7, 2005

Two hundred seventy-six wolves were killed in the second year of an expanded predator control program designed to increase moose and caribou numbers in five areas of Alaska.

Read Original at: Anchorage Daily News

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