House Republicans in Congress are working on legislation to strip federal protections from gray wolves in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Wyoming, removing them from the Endangered Species List and making wolf hunting legal again. Advocates staunchly oppose what they call "The War on Wolves Act," and argue hunting will put them back on the brink of extinction. But many regard wolves as pests, and say regulated hunts will manage the predator population. Do gray wolves still need protection?🐺
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