This week, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that some species of wild animals such as wolves, bears, moose, and rabbits can cross into the country.
But other animals, including some of the rarest and most endangered species on Earth, cannot.
They have to be captured and transported to the U.S. to be put on display, while their owners are required to be vaccinated and keep the animals on the endangered species list.
The ruling came after an appeal from a group of Canadian ranchers who argued that the rules were “irrational and unjustified.”
The ruling does not mean the U,S.
border will be closed, but it will help Canada and the U.,S.
move forward on a new plan to help wildlife and other vulnerable species.