How do they affect elk and deer populations? Do they have any affect on other plants and animals?
Wolves are beneficial to habitats because they reduce the number of ungulates (hoofed animals) and thereby allow plants to flourish. As long as wolf populations are regulated, they keep the ecosystem in check by increasing the total biomass and biodiversity of a habitat. For this reasons, scientists have proposed introducing small, regulated populations of wolves into national parks and other wildlife areas.
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