The Mexican wolf went extinct in the wild about three decades ago. Breeding pairs have been raised in captivity and reintroduced into western Mexico.
When a dead whale washes ashore, it's a meaty bounty for whatever carnivores happen to find it.
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.
The relationship between dogs and wolves is far more complex than previously imagined.
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