That remains to be seen. It doesn’t seem unlikely, considering that human activity ultimately endangered the wolves in the first place (directly via trapping, indirectly due to habitat loss). Now that wolf hunting is legal again in some states, the regenerated wolf population may decrease to endangered levels again. Most environmentalists tend to be concerned that the wolf population, though it is recovering, is not yet strong enough to rebound from being hunted. Proponents of the hunts, however, believe that the increase wolf population is negatively affecting their livestock, and posing a threat to the ranchers personally.
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