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If you were in Newfoundland in the mid-1990s, you no doubt remember the saga of a little critter called the pine martengiven Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has indicated no intent to meet or negotiate with them..
The pine marten, we were told, was just about a gonerorigImageSize. He’d all but packed his bags and moved on to that great black spruce in the sky.
Estimated to number no more than 100 in 1995Free Digital Access, the Newfoundland population of American marten (to use its proper name) was losing habitat to logging interests and was getting accidentally caught in snaresdivided with a limit of 250 in each section..
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