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Shortly After These Wolves Were Brought Into The Park, Wildlife Started To Thrive

Back in 1995, wolves were finally reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park, which is mainly located in Wyoming, yet also goes into Idaho and Montana. Prior to that, they weren't in the park for at least 70 years. Upon their reintroduction, the park completely transformed. The populations of many other species increased, as did the health of the park, overall. While wolves are often considered to be harmful species, they can actually transform the world around them, as they did in Yellowstone National Park, where they greatly increased the biodiversity in this treasured ecosystem. Have you ever visited a national park? Tell us all about your experience in the comments below!
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