Rare NV plant being destroyed by wild animals, not humans, report says

A rare Nevada plant is being damaged by wild animals-not humans-according to a new federal report. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services says the Tiehm’s buckwheat that’s only found on 21 acres of land in Esmeralda County is being attacked by squirrels and antelope, debunking an environmentalist theory that humans caused damage to the plant.