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Imnaha wolf pack strikes again on livestock

PREDATORS — After the Imnaha pack in northeastern Oregon was implicated in another loss of livestock, state officials have ordered another wolf removed from the pack.

That will make three down from Oregon's first confirmed breeding pack in the past few weeks.

Two wolves from that pack were killed last month in what wildlife managers had hoped would be a deterrent to their livestock-killing ways.
  




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