Good News: Wolverine in United States May Get Protection Under Endangered Species Act
by Douglas Main
Currently, fewer than 300 wolverines reside in the continental United States, according to various estimates. In February, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed listing the animal as “threatened” under the Endangered Species Act, which would help protect the animal and its dwindling habitat. A total of 25 environmental groups from the West have called on the agency to go through with this decision, which will come soon after the agency’s deadline for accepting public comments on the proposed decision on May 6, according to The Spokesman Review…
(read more: Live Science) (photo: Mark Packila, WCS)
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