Wolf's recovery seen in livestock loss payouts
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota paid out a record $154,136 to residents whose livestock or pets were killed by wolves in the past year, part of a gradual upward trend also seen in Wisconsin and Michigan — all states where the gray wolf came off the endangered list in January.
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