International Wolf Center Experiences a Death in the Pack

September 2008
International Wolf;Fall2008, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p14
The article reports on the death of MacKensie, one of the two wolf in Retired Pack in the International Wolf Center in Minnesota. It notes that Mackenzie died on May 21, 2008 when she was sleeping at the age of 15. It mentions that MacKensie was considered the dominant female of gray wolf subspecies in the Exhibit Pack in the Center.


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