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Rare White Wolf In Yellowstone Was Shot, Park Reveals

She was the alpha female of a pack in Yellowstone National Park, sought after for photographs because of her unusual white coat. The wolf was found suffering from severe wounds and had to be put down.
The alpha female of the Canyon Pack at Yellowstone National Park sustained a gunshot wound and was euthanized last month near Gardiner, Mont. Source: Neal Herbert

She was the alpha female of a wolf pack in Yellowstone National Park, sought after for photographs because of her unusual white coat.

Hikers found her suffering from severe wounds last month. The animal was euthanized by park staff shortly

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