What happens when bears, wolves, and mountain lions converge? The Greater Yellowstone
Ecosystem is one of the few places in the United States where these large predators
overlap. This wasn’t always the case. All three species historically had much larger
ranges in North America. Grizzly bears once roamed the Great Plains west to the coast
of California, from Alaska into Northern Mexico, but current populations in the lower
48 are limited to pockets of Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, and Washington.
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