A female red wolf in it’s habitat at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham. Wildlife officials are asking the federal government to declare red wolves extinct in the wild and end three decades of efforts to reintroduce the endangered species in the state.
A female red wolf in it’s habitat at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham. Wildlife officials are asking the federal government to declare red wolves extinct in the wild and end three decades of efforts to reintroduce the endangered species in the state. AP
A female red wolf in it’s habitat at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham. Wildlife officials are asking the federal government to declare red wolves extinct in the wild and end three decades of efforts to reintroduce the endangered species in the state. AP

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