Grey wolf hunt creates bitter row in US


THE iconic grey wolf of the wild, wild west is the subject of a bitter row in the US. Idaho and Montana both established hunting seasons in 2009, after the US Fish and Wildlife Service decided the states’ wolf populations were no longer endangered. But in August a federal judge ruled the decision illegal, halting the 2010 hunts. Both states are now appealing that ruling. Officials argue that hunting has little effect on populations because many wolves die anyway of starvation or disease, and females can compensate by producing more young. These assumptions are wrong,
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