Trappers killed almost every wolf on Alaskan island, officials say. How did it happen?

From the Associated Press and the Miami Herald:

Only 3% of the wolf population on an Alaska island is left after the majority of the wolves were killed during trapping season, wildlife groups say.

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game said in March that at least 165 wolves on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska were killed during the 2019-2020 trapping season, according to an announcement from the department.

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