For the first time in a decade, wolf hunting has become legal in the US. The environmentalists are obviously not happy. This has been done as there has been a retrieval in the wolf population.
Does a retreival have to end up in something as drastic as this? Now that the population is restored, hunting becomes legal. And when people start hunting, who will define the limits of hunting? And what happens when the population of wolves dwindle again? Aren’t these questions important enough to be answered before authorities take an initiative to allow hunting. Think about it!