why are some species in ohio endangered?

this includes species like the timberwolf, and other animals endangered in ohio



  1. emc
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    Wolves were largely exterminated decades ago due to the species’ reputation and threat to livestock.  Many animals are quickly dwindling in populations due to habitat destruction and climate change.  Places like Ohio that have large urban areas produce a great amount of harmful emissions.  Butterflies, beetles, and other insects are endangered in Ohio because of these industrial outputs.  Black bears, snowshoe hares, and bobcats are swiftly losing habitats and their numbers are suffering.

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