Another wolf killed in Utah

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Another wolf killed in Utah

This gray wolf in the Grand Canyon is the first time the animal has been seen in Arizona in 70 years. The female wolf was confirmed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife after scat tests came up positive. The wolf, nicknamed Echo, traveled 450 miles from the Northern Rockies to Arizona and was protected under the Endangered Species Act. Echo was later shot in Utah by hunter mistaking her for a coyote.

Another wolf killed in Utah

This gray wolf in the Grand Canyon is the first time the animal has been seen in Arizona in 70 years. The female wolf was confirmed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife after scat tests came up positive. The wolf, nicknamed Echo, traveled 450 miles from the Northern Rockies to Arizona and was protected under the Endangered Species Act. Echo was later shot in Utah by hunter mistaking her for a coyote.