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Princeton-UCLA study finds gray wolves should remain protected
« on: January 06, 2017, 08:08:58 PM »
Princeton-UCLA study finds gray wolves should remain protected

Researchers from Princeton University and the University of  California-Los Angeles have investigated the genetic ancestry of North  America's wild canines and concluded that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife  Service's scientific arguments for removing gray wolves from endangered  species protection are incorrect. The study, which contradicts conventional thinking, finds that all of  the continent's canids diverged from a common ancestor relatively  recently and that eastern and red wolves are not evolutionarily distinct  species but a hybrid of gray wolf and coyote ancestry.
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