Betty, a female red wolf, roams in a fenced area at the Red Wolf Education Center in Columbia in 2014. The wolf is part of a captive breeding program run by the nonprofit Red Wolf Coalition.
Betty, a female red wolf, roams in a fenced area at the Red Wolf Education Center in Columbia in 2014. The wolf is part of a captive breeding program run by the nonprofit Red Wolf Coalition. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com
Betty, a female red wolf, roams in a fenced area at the Red Wolf Education Center in Columbia in 2014. The wolf is part of a captive breeding program run by the nonprofit Red Wolf Coalition. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com

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