Data Dump: Wildlife Death Toll

Wildlife Service's annual report shows we haven't come so far since the early 1900s

Three Toes, if the sensational news stories from the time are to be believed, was a giant “she-wolf” that roamed the grasslands and forests of south-central Colorado in the early 1900s, feasting on the occasional calf or lamb, and luring domesticated he-dogs away from their humans and taking them as her mates. Early in life she was trapped, but was able…

This post is for paying subscribers