ST. PAUL, MN (KDAL) - After five public hearings and a review by an administrative law judge, the Minnesota DNR has adopted a new list of endangered, threatened and special concern species. Removed from the list were the bald eagle, wolf and snapping turtle. 180 species of plants and animals were added. The changes based on new information gathered by the DNR and other researchers. The list was first established 30 years ago and this is the first update since 1996.
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