Wolves In The Yellowstone National Park

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The wolves of Yellowstone National Park played a big role in the ecosystem they live in. Many animals in the Yellowstone National Park would have to fight for protection and a home if they didn’t have the help from the wolves. Around the 1920s the wolves had to be extinguished from the national park because humans started getting bitten or even killed and deer/elks became concealed to certain areas to hide from the wolves. The people working at the park perceived the wolves as a risk to humans and livestock. They also had to leave their “homes” because they were being hunted for a 100 years. Even though the elks had the chance to increase their population, having the wolves not there creates a rough time for the river and other animals through

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