LONGFORMIn search of Japan’s lost wolvesTerritorial threatJapanese cedar and cypress forests in the Okuchichibu mountains | THOMAS DELSOL / HANS LUCASIndustrialization and deforestation played a part in the Japanese wolf’s supposed demise at the turn of the 20th century. More than 100 years later, the ecological crisis is still with us. ALEX K.T. MARTIN Staff writer Glaring ominously over rice … Continue reading