This wolf pups video is from Montana. Although these pups are having a great time, their existence is always tenuous.

 If a pack gets into trouble with humans (usually ranchers) - they can get exterminated - pups and all. No sympathy for cuteness or rarity.

Isn't it time we reexamine our priorities? Should we kill of a recovering top predator because they eat a tiny amount of the millions of cows slaughtered every year so Americans can have cheap meat?

If beef consumers realize that their cheap burgers sometimes come at the price of wolf lives, maybe they can let ranchers know that they would be willing to pay a little more for more wildlife friendly ranching methods...

Article written by Yiwei Wang (Youtube)

The average wolf pack in Montana has 6 to 8 animals. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service designated 3 separate wolf recovery areas in the northern Rockies: northwest Montana, Central Idaho, and the Greater Yellowstone area.


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