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Washington wolverines up for protected status change amid climate threats

Department of Fish and Wildlife seek information from public on 4 species

A wolverine navigating through the snow surrounded by trees covered in snow.
A wolverine on a snowy night in the North Cascades of Washington state. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is actively seeking information from the public to inform the species status reclassification for wolverine and three other species. (Photo courtesy of David Moskowitz/Cascades Wolverine Project)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
Wolverines — highly vulnerable to climate change — are among several species that are up for rec
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