Colorado’s fight over wolves has a new battleground: parasitic poop

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Colorado’s fight over wolves has a new battleground: parasitic poop

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Campers in Grand County took this picture on the weekend of June 6-7. Colorado Parks and Wildlife called the animal “wolf-like” but said additional work would be needed to confirm its identity, noting the atypical wolf behavior of approaching people.
A game camera caught this wolf in northwest Colorado eating an elk carcass. Colorado Parks and Wildlife have confirmed the presence of a parasite in wolf scat collected from a pack in the area.

Colorado’s fight over wolves has a new battleground: parasitic poop

Campers in Grand County took this picture on the weekend of June 6-7. Colorado Parks and Wildlife called the animal “wolf-like” but said additional work would be needed to confirm its identity, noting the atypical wolf behavior of approaching people.
A game camera caught this wolf in northwest Colorado eating an elk carcass. Colorado Parks and Wildlife have confirmed the presence of a parasite in wolf scat collected from a pack in the area.
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