Mexican Wolves: Still Struggling

July 1999
National Geographic;Jul99, Vol. 196 Issue 1, Preceding p1
Focuses on the release of Mexican wolves back into the wild after being exterminated from the wild in the United States in 1970. Release of the wolves in Arizona; Death by unnatural causes; Number of the wolves shot.


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