Wolves are very not extinct. There are 50,000 grey wolves in Canada alone, most likely about 200,000 in the world (grey wolves) says a study. 5,000 live in America. I mean, I heard wolves all the time howling at night and it is kind of I guess always been scary and annoying? Well, I always did sometimes love the howls though.
Let's take some more stuff in here. 256 people were killed in a day by hunting wolves and had a terrible death by being ripped to shreds limb by limb and then eaten alive, that's a lot of people. 2,000 wolves die each year, near 4,000 people die each day, but that's because there are billions of people on the earth and near 200,000 in the world. '
Wolves are most usually killed in a fight with eachother I believe, and I just read something about this on an article (I'm not sure of the source though if it's a valid one.) Hunting is illegal, but not to the wolves I believe killed all those people somewhere in Canada due to them overpopulating. Those wolves are legal because in Alaska and Canada they must keep a steady rate (there are 11,000 wolves in Alaska/Canada).
The wolves are not on the edangered species list in Amercia, because we must keepy them a steady rate in those to places. There is not that much in America as Canada and Alaska, but people rampage over and that's why it's illegal. Like I said and will stress if you are going into an argument like this, wolves need to not be overpopulating in those places because lots of people can die from it. The world is our home too, we have to share it and keep safe our children and family. That's human instict.
Have a great day and yes I did a lot fo tiriing research on this.