US grey wolves again face danger

Once endangered, the animals are now being culled by some states to save livestock.

    The grey wolf was taken off the endangered species list by the US Congress in May. The concern now is about how to control their growing numbers.

    While wildlife activists are up against farmers wanting wolf numbers managed to reduce attacks on livestock, individual state governments have already begun culling the animals.

    Cath Turner reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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