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DNR Killed Gray Wolves in the UP Using Exaggerated and Fabricated Stories As Proof

Gary Kramer/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/AP Gray wolves have been on the endangered species list since 1978 and cannot be hunted or killed unless in defense of human life or if a wolf is posing a "demonstrable but non-immediate threat to human safety". In Michigan's Upper Peninsula, there were accounts of wolves attacking livestock near people, prowling around a daycare center, and standing fearlessly at someone's back door. These are uncharacteristic behaviors of the gray wolf, and all accounts were found to be false or exaggerated, but the accusations led to the DNR sanctioning the murder of the wolves in question.

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