A remote camera set by biologist shows a wolverine in the Tahoe National Forest near Truckee, Calif., in 2016. Once believed to have gone extinct in the Sierra Nevada, California wildlife biologists believe this wolverine, nicknamed Buddy, is the same one that in 2008 became the first documented in the area since the 1920s.
A remote camera set by biologist shows a wolverine in the Tahoe National Forest near Truckee, Calif., in 2016. Once believed to have gone extinct in the Sierra Nevada, California wildlife biologists believe this wolverine, nicknamed Buddy, is the same one that in 2008 became the first documented in the area since the 1920s. Chris Stermer/California Department of Fish and Wildlife AP file
A remote camera set by biologist shows a wolverine in the Tahoe National Forest near Truckee, Calif., in 2016. Once believed to have gone extinct in the Sierra Nevada, California wildlife biologists believe this wolverine, nicknamed Buddy, is the same one that in 2008 became the first documented in the area since the 1920s. Chris Stermer/California Department of Fish and Wildlife AP file

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