Major losses in Yellowstone wolf population a “significant setback,” experts say


BILLINGS, Mont. (WKRC) – Gray wolves are a prized species in Yellowstone National Park, but a record 20 of them have been hunted in the last few months, according to park officials.

The gray wolves were reintroduced in the region 25 years ago. The wolves were roaming at the northern border in Montana where 15 of them were hunted, according to reports. The other five wolves died in Idaho and Wyoming.

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