February 12, 2019, 02:06 am

How a tiny population of mountain caribou protect old-growth forests in the Northwest


 12-02-2019 2:06 AM

For centuries, mountain caribou have inhabited the unique inland rainforest of the Pacific Northwest. And they were once so abundant, they were considered an "insurance food" for indigenous tribes in the area that spans the northeastern corner of Washington state, as well as parts...

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