Smithsonian: New Hampshire has too many wolf-dogs
A surplus of unwanted wolf-dogs—hybrids that are more domesticated than wild wolves but less tame than dogs—is overwhelming authorities in New Hampshire. It's technically illegal, New Hampshire Public Radio reports, to sell wolf-dogs in the state, but no one seems to be making sure that law is upheld.
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