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I was look up wolves and found this video.
its so exciting because that was some of the first evidence that wolves were making a comeback in washingotn state. Places like montana and yellowstone wyoming are abundent with wolves. So some people they will not think much of a few pups. Here in washington state it is a big deal. Here they are still considered an endangered species with only 5 known packs statewide.
Since the 1930s when wolves were wiped out of Washington, wolf pups have not been documented in its wild areas. Until now! Conservation Northwest remote cameras captured the first evidence of a pack in WA. Visit
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This is good because wolves are being repopulated again, which gets them off the endangered list.
There's a Nyan Cat on the loose...