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4HI2UDX5CBFIHMGHFLOYLCRTI4Earlier this week, a trapper working for the state of Utah went to investigate a calf that had been killed by a predator in Rich County. He brought coyote traps, expecting the typical culprit.

But after analyzing scat, tracks and other evidence, the trapper determined the calf was killed not by a coyote, but a rare gray wolf — a species that has been sighted in Utah only a handful of times since it was extirpated from the state in the 1920s.

via A gray wolf is in Utah for the first time in years. The state is setting traps. – The Salt Lake Tribune