Gray wolves occasionally show up in North Dakota — most recently near Hillsboro, where one was accidentally shot by a coyote hunter earlier this winter — but wildlife officials say the state doesn’t have the right habitat to support a self-sustaining resident population. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo)
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