Wild Places & Wildlife

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Today, wolves only occupy a fraction of their historic range. But if protections remain in place, where else might they be able to return?
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Northern long-eared bat, © Steven Thomas/NPS
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There are 1,000 species of bats living around the world. In fact, they make up one quarter of all mammal species!
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Gray wolf, © Michael Quinton, National Geographic Stock
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