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Jackson-Area Wolves Attack And Injure Dog

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Wolves that have been wandering around the Jackson area have attacked and injured a dog.

The Jackson Hole Daily reported Thursday that the dog survived but federal officials won’t provide other details, including exactly where the attack happened.

Wolves were first spotted in Wilson and South Park in December and have ventured near some homes.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wolf manager Mike Jimenez said the wolves are still at large. He said authorities plan to kill them once they are captured.

There have been reports that the pack includes up to four wolves but Jimenez said he has only seen two wolves while doing surveillance.

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