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<ol><li>In the United States, hybrids are not protected under the Endangered Species Act. In Ontario,

hybrids are afforded the same protection status as their parent species. Which do you think is the better policy? Why?</li><li>Before the genetic discoveries, conservation biologists had been pursuing plans to reintroduce the gray wolf to Maine. Do you think they should proceed with this course of action? Please explain.</li></ol>

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1). Hybridization, in itself, has always occurred among forest trees but until recently it has not been studied seriously.... View the full answer

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