In Yellowstone National Park, the are having trouble with the wolves. I think the best dilima is to: Leave collars on wolves that already have them but do not collar any new ones. Only return wandering wolves if deemed necessary for their immediate survival survival. The good things about this is, you can return the wolves back to the park if they need to come back , for the needs of their survival. Also they can monitor the wolves to keep them from harm, and since you don’t collar any new wolves, all the other wolves can live their lives freely.Some bad things about this are:If the wolves with the collars on them run out of the park you will have to bring them back.Also, if they wander off too far and get into trouble, you might not get there fast enough to save them. And the last con, if the wolves with collars die, you will have to collar new wolves. I think this is the best solution because you can still study and learn more about the wolves, and let other wolves have the opportunity to live their lives freely and do what they want. We can learn more about the wolves species if we collar them, and we can make sure that their species lasts form a long while.
Babe Ruth was born in 1895 in Pigtown, Baltimore. He was not rich or wealthy growing up, but he was a great baseball player. He became famous for his impressively great power as a slugger.He called his his and where it was going to go. I admire his leadership and his hard work. Baseball was his life. If you are a baseball fan, you know who Babe Ruth is. He hit more than 40 home runs per season in 11 seasons. He hit 714 career home runs and few players reached that. We are alike because we are both baseball players. We are different because he started smoking and chewing tobacco at age 7, and I will never do that. An interesting fact about him is that he was a troublemaker and at age 7, his parents sent him to St. Mary’s Industrial School for Boys for 12 years.
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