In this photo released by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, a mounted wolverine is shown at the Bay City State Recreation Area in Bay City, Mich in 2011. Michigan's only, and last, known ... more 
In this photo released by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, a mounted wolverine is shown at the Bay City State Recreation Area in Bay City, Mich in 2011. Michigan's only, and last, known wild wolverine is becoming quite the attraction. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says the animal found dead about a year ago along a trail in Michigan's Thumb has been mounted and displayed at the recreation area's visitors' center. Wildlife experts don't know for sure how the female wolverine arrived in Michigan. Biologists say if wolverines were native to Michigan they died out about 200 years ago. The wolverine serves as the state's mascot and for the University of Michigan's sports teams. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Michigan Department of Natural Resources, David Kenyon
Tue, Apr 5, 2011 2:44 PM EDT