The Return of the Gray Wolf Essay by Paramount

The Return of the Gray Wolf
A study of the near-extinction and re-introduction of the Gray Wolf.
# 9870 | 759 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jan 30, 2003 in Environmental Studies (Wildlife Protection)

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This paper discusses the return of the Gray Wolf. The writer details the history of the species including their near extinction. The writer outlines the comeback efforts that have been employed and their success levels. The paper also emphasizes the necessity of the continuation of these efforts on a national level, to ensure long-term success.

From the Paper:

"For many decades the plight of the Gray Wolf was underplayed through the public's misunderstanding. The Gray Wolf brought to mind flickering movie screens in which gray wolves would howl at the moon and attack prey after dark. The image conjured up a strong and virile species that was destined to live forever in the wild for the public to fear and admire at the same time. The truth is the Gray Wolf was slowly dying off and was eventually threatened with extinction."

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