Records: Tentative deal reached on deadly ‘cyanide bombs’

FILE – In this March 17, 2017 file photo, Canyon Mansfield, 14, holds the collar of his dog, Casey, who was killed March 16, 2017, by a cyanide-ejecting device placed on public land near his Pocatello, Idaho, home by federal workers to kill coyotes. U.S. officials have reached a tentative deal with wildlife advocates trying to stop the use of predator-killing, poisoned traps known as “cyanide bombs” that injured an Idaho teenager and killed his dog. (Jordon Beesley/Idaho State Journal via AP, file)


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