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Idaho's Caribou Population Is Gone. A Federal Lawsuit Could Change That

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The caribou are now officially an endangered species and they have all been removed from the continental U.S. The last caribou was recently airlifted from the Selkirk Mountain Range to British Columbia where a restoration project is underway.  Idaho Matters explains the restoration project and the likelihood of seeing the animals in the country again.

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Samantha Wright is a news reporter and producer for Idaho Matters.