On April 11th, a wolf was found by hikers and said to be severely injured, and had to be eventually euthanized. The white, Yellowstone National Park wolf had been shot. Park officials think it was shot on the north side of the park between 1 a.m. April 10th and 2 p.m. April 11th, and the incident is still under investigation. The white alpha female was one of three known white wolves in Yellowstone. She lived to be 12 years old and is said to have had about 20 pups. Authorities are offering a $5,000 reward for any information connecting to the incident. Call ISB tip line 888-653-0009.
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