Collared Yellowstone wolves killed in Idaho, Mont, Wyo.; park says population not threatened
November 15, 2012
Matthew Brown | Associated Press
Editor's note: At least three of these wolves were from very famous packs — the Mollies, Blacktail Plateau and Lamar Canyon — that spend almost all of their time in Yellowstone and are some of the most photographed and viewed wolves in the world.
BILLINGS, Mont. — Yellowstone National Park's chief scientist says seven gray wolves that were collared for research purposes have been shot by hunters in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
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