The gray wolf OR-93, shown near Yosemite National Park in February, travelled from Oregon to Southern California in search of territory and female mates. Photo: Austin Smith/Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs via TNS
The gray wolf OR-93, shown near Yosemite National Park in February, travelled from Oregon to Southern California in search of territory and female mates. Photo: Austin Smith/Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs via TNS
Animals

A rare gray wolf made an epic 1,500km trek across the US. Then a vehicle hit him

  • No foul play was suspected in the death of the male known as OR-93, who had thrilled scientists as he journeyed from Oregon into California
  • The wolf’s travels had taken him far south, to a region where his species had not been seen for more than 200 years

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The gray wolf OR-93, shown near Yosemite National Park in February, travelled from Oregon to Southern California in search of territory and female mates. Photo: Austin Smith/Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs via TNS
The gray wolf OR-93, shown near Yosemite National Park in February, travelled from Oregon to Southern California in search of territory and female mates. Photo: Austin Smith/Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs via TNS
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