GreenWatch: Elk County, Pennsylvania
by/ Jul. 5, 2015 6am EST
Elk County, Pennsylvania is named for the Eastern elk that historically inhabited the region, before being driven into extinction by hunting and deforestation in the mid-18th century. In 1913, the state began to reintroduce elk to the region, importing the animals from Yellowstone National Park.
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