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14 Wolves Were Released In A Park, But No One Was Prepared For Such A Change

Some scientists say that this era we are living in now is the next mass extinction era. We are losing bees, frogs, and coral at an alarming rate. The last mass extinction happened 66 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous period – you know, when the dinosaurs ruled the earth. Some believe that in just 100 years, many of the different species on earth will be gone.

Why? Because humans are destroying this planet. Global warming is happening. The ice caps are melting. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and some Canadian biologists released 14 wolves into Yellowstone National Park in 1995. Wolves had not lived in that area since 1926. Watch and see what happened to the land over the years.

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As expected, the wolf population grew, and the entire park changed in dramatic ways! This needs to happen more around the globe. Mother nature is awesome! Share away, people.