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Wolves, griz face removal from Endangered Species List

Grizzly bear populations are slowly growing in the Norther Rockies to the point that they may be considered for removal from endangered species protections.
 (Associated Press)
Grizzly bear populations are slowly growing in the Norther Rockies to the point that they may be considered for removal from endangered species protections. (Associated Press)

WILDLIFE -- The Obama administration is seeking to lift Endangered Species Act protections from two of the most iconic symbols of the American West, the gray wolf and grizzly bear, in moves likely to spark fierce resistance from environmentalists.

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