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Great Lakes Gray Wolves' Spot Safe On Endangered Species List — For Now

Tuesday's decision by an appellate court is the latest win for proponents of maintaining federal protection of the animals.

Gray wolves in the Great Lakes region should keep their spot on the endangered species list, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., ruled Tuesday.

The ruling upholds a 2014 federal judge's that the U.S. Fish and, citing its rebounding population.

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