(John and Karen Hollingsworth/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) A recent study suggests that Olympic National Park could be a suitable place to relocate gray wolves. The species was extirpated (killed off) from the park in the early 1900s.

(John and Karen Hollingsworth/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) A recent study suggests that Olympic National Park could be a suitable place to relocate gray wolves. The species was extirpated (killed off) from the park in the early 1900s.

Olympics provide suitable reintroduction site for gray wolves, study finds

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