By Francisco J. Santiago-Ávila, Renee Seacor, and Michelle Lute

This article explores the ethical considerations of coexisting with wolves, and exposes the agencies that are biased towards domination instead of “reciprocal, caring relationships to wildlife that benefit us all.”

“Hunting’s remaining goal seems to be to manage the humans that want to experience killing wolves, whether it’s called ‘trophy hunting’ or ‘management.’ But, many studies also document how allowing humans to kill wolves does not appease or mitigate them.”

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