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A Montana woman bragged about killing a wolf pup. It was actually a husky

A gray and white wolf in Idaho.
Idaho Fish and Game
A gray and white wolf in Idaho.

Montana has launched a criminal investigation after a woman bragged on social media about killing a wolf. That's legal under certain circumstances, but the "wolf' turned out to be a Siberian husky.
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More than a half dozen wildlife bills have been signed into law, all with a similar vision for Montana: they suggest that there are too many predators on the landscape — and that numbers of animals like wolves and grizzly bears need to be reduced.

Aaron graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Journalism in 2015 after interning at Minnesota Public Radio. He landed his first reporting gig in Wrangell, Alaska where he enjoyed the remote Alaskan lifestyle and eventually moved back to the road system as the KBBI News Director in Homer, Alaska. He joined the MTPR team in 2019. Aaron now reports on all things in northwest Montana and statewide health care.
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