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After 160 years, a wild gray wolf turns up in Mass.

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / March 5, 2008

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A wild Eastern gray wolf roamed Western Massachusetts last fall before being shot to death on a farm, federal and state officials said yesterday. It was the first wolf confirmed in the state since hunters drove the species out more than 160 years ago. (Full article: 970 words)

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