Minnesota petitions to take wolves off endangered list
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota has petitioned the federal government to take the gray wolf off the endangered and threatened species list in the state and return the animal to state management.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources filed the petition with the Department of the Interior on Wednesday, and asked the federal agency to decide within 90 days.
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