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Social, family-oriented, and highly adaptable—wolves have a lot in common with humans. And while there’s no record of a healthy, wild wolf ever attacking a person in the United States, old myths and fears plus competition for land and prey threaten the survival of this wild canine. Protected for almost 50 years after they were hunted to the brink of extinction, wolves are now under attack and being trophy hunted in several states.

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Put Wolves Back on the Endangered Species List

Last year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) removed federal protections from the Endangered Species List. A new panel of experts found that the FWS based its decision on one faulty paper. Help protect wolves by demanding the return of their federal protections.

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