Coyotes, bobcats move into human-inhabited areas to avoid apex predators, only to be killed by people

Since their protection under the Endangered Species Act, wolf populations have been making a comeback in the continental United States. Conservationists have argued that the presence of wolves and other apex predators, so named because they have no known predators aside from people, can help keep smaller predator species in check.

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