The Mexican wolf went extinct in the wild about three decades ago. Breeding pairs have been raised in captivity and reintroduced into western Mexico.
Three years and thousands of miles later, the animal has found a mate and likely produced offspring.
Without enemy-free territory, wolf packs will fight each other to the death.
Poaching doesn't attract the same public outcry as wild predators do, according to conservation officials. Continue reading →
Wolf packs, like people, organize themselves for maximum success, only the goal in the case of wolf hunting packs is to kill for survival. Continue reading →
Fossils for a scrappy, Italian canine that lived 2 million years ago are helping researchers to better understand the evolution of wolves and dogs.
Howling has less to do with instinct and stress in wolves and more to do with caring and loneliness. Continue reading →
Since the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park, the percentage of berry waste in bear poo has nearly doubled. Continue reading →
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