|Alaska, our nation's "Last Frontier," is the only place in the United States where wolves are not protected as an endangered species. Between 7,000 and 10,000 wolves call Alaska home. Alaska wolves are under constant attack by people who believe the wolves compete with humans for caribou and moose. However, biologists say wolves have little effect on the big game animal population. Under Alaska state law, hunters were allowed to use airplanes to track down wolves - until Defenders of Wildlife helped organize a statewide ballot initiative to outlaw this practice.|
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