Wild wolves in Ohio no longer exist, but do wolf-coyote hybrids roam the Midwest?

From richlandsource.com:

Wolves were historically a vital member of Ohio’s ecosystem; that is, until the species was entirely extirpated from the state nearly 200 years ago.

Yet they may not be completely gone. Make no mistake, there are not wolves prowling Ohio’s forests — that we know of. Yet there are some researchers who suggest wolves leave their biological footprint on Ohio’s environment in the form of wolf-coyote hybrids.

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