Endangered Wolves Make Comeback, Part 2 NPR's Elizabeth Arnold presents the second of two reports on the debate over removing wolves from the Endangered Species List. Bringing back wolves to the protected habitat in Yellowstone National Park has been an unquestionable success. But once they move out of park boundaries, not everyone is pleased with the success.

Endangered Wolves Make Comeback, Part 2

Endangered Wolves Make Comeback, Part 2

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NPR's Elizabeth Arnold presents the second of two reports on the debate over removing wolves from the Endangered Species List. Bringing back wolves to the protected habitat in Yellowstone National Park has been an unquestionable success. But once they move out of park boundaries, not everyone is pleased with the success.

Endangered Wolves Make Comeback -- Part 1

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