Missing symbol

International Union for Conservation of Nature says governments must find places for bison to roam free.

The bison is a symbol of what went wrong more than a hundred years ago, but with effort it can also be emblematic of strides to make things right, says Locke.

“I think this animal is so deeply symbolic and people care about it from coast to coast,” he said.

“It’s such a symbol of how we messed it up in the 19th century and we can make it better in the 21st.”

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