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Four wolf pelts lie draped over the back of a federal officialÕs truck near Helena, MT. These wolves once formed a pack that was killed to assuage local ranchersÕ fears that they might someday kill cattle.

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A window is cracked on an old International Harvester truck in Bennet, Nebraska.

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An old International Harvester truck on a farm in Bennet, Nebraska.

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A young man in a cowboy hat picks a flower near his truck on a gravel road.

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A father and son drive their truck down a gravel road.

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A father and son look under the hood their truck on a gravel road.

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A father and son look under the hood their truck on a gravel road.

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A 1951 International Harvester pickup truck at a farm near Bennet, Nebraska.

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A 1951 International Harvester pickup truck at a farm near Bennet, Nebraska.

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For fear she and her pack might harm cattle, Opal was captured and collared by USFWS workers. She was then released as a “Judas wolf” — once she lead the workers back to her pack, they were all exterminated. (Montana, outside of Yellowstone.)

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For fear she and her pack might harm cattle, Opal was captured and collared by USFWS workers. She was then released as a “Judas wolf” — once she lead the workers back to her pack, they were all exterminated. (Montana, outside of Yellowstone.)

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Four wolf pelts lie draped over the back of a federal official’s truck near Helena, MT. These wolves once formed a pack that was killed to assuage local ranchers’ fears that theymight someday kill cattle.

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Four wolf pelts lie draped over the back of a federal official’s truck near Helena, MT. These wolves once formed a pack that was killed to assuage local ranchers’ fears that theymight someday kill cattle.

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Four wolf pelts lie draped over the back of a federal official’s truck near Helena, MT. These wolves once formed a pack that was killed to assuage local ranchers’ fears that theymight someday kill cattle.

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Four wolf pelts lie draped over the back of a federal official’s truck near Helena, MT. These wolves once formed a pack that was killed to assuage local ranchers’ fears that theymight someday kill cattle.

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A worker uses binoculars to track wild gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

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Mike Phillips, former director of the Yellowstone wolf reintroduction program uses radio telemetry to track wild gray wolves recently released into the park.

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Four wolf pelts lie draped over the back of a federal official’s truck near Helena, MT. These wolves once formed a pack that was killed to assuage local ranchers’ fears that they might someday kill cattle.

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A farm truck rumbles down a dirt road near Edison, NE.

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A pickup rolls through the Loess Hills, near Smithland, IA.

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A pickup rolls through the Loess Hills, near Smithland, IA.

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A farm truck rumbles down a dirt road near Edison, NE.

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Aerial of cattle on a ranch in Nebraska’s Sandhills.

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A pickup truck winds its way through the Nebraska Sandhills.

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Ranchers stop to talk on a country road in Nebraska’s Sandhills.

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The “Sandhills Grapevine” at work in rural Nebraska.

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Kenton Rowe uses his cellular phone in his truck in Lincoln, NE.

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Kenton Rowe uses his cellular phone in his truck in Lincoln, NE.

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Kenton Rowe uses his cellular phone in his truck in Lincoln, NE.

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Kenton Rowe uses his cellular phone in his truck in Lincoln, NE.

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