A Wolf Pack Was Just Spotted In Colorado For The First Time In Decades

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! If you live in Colorado, you have probably spotted these animals around the state (with the non-native tiger most likely being at your favorite zoo), but wolves, which are native to both North America and Eurasia? Probably not… that is, until today, as it was announced that a wolf pack was “likely present in Northwest Colorado.”

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