$10,000 Reward Offered For Man Who Shot Rare White Wolf In Yellowstone

The world’s oldest national park changed the way people think about nature. That didn't stop some asshole from shooting a rare white wolf though.

After a rare white wolf was killed at Yellowstone National Park, a sizable reward has been put together for anyone who helps find the killer.

The National Park officials are offering $5,000 while a wolf advocacy group matched their reward with an additional $5,000.

The park rangers at the world’s first national park had to put the wolf down after it was discovered by hikers who found the animal suffering in agony on the northern edge of the park, near Montana.

The reward is being offered for any information which leads to a conviction after announcing that a preliminary necropsy found the wolf had been shot.