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Center for Biological Diversity
OLYMPIA, Wash.— The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced on March 8 that the state’s wolf population has grown to a minimum of 52 wolves, with 13 packs and five breeding pairs. The new estimate is up from 10 packs a year ago and represents a more-than fourfold increase from three packs at the end of 2010.
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