Furry Freedom Fighters for Future Generations

Francisco and Sheila were ideal parents. They raised 25 babies, taught them good survival skills, and sent many of them off to live on their own. Francisco and Sheila were Mexican grey wolves, or lobos, pioneers in a US federal programme to restore the endangered Mexican grey wolf, the rarest and most genetically distinct subspecies of grey wolf in North America. Although captive themselves, Francisco and Sheila taught their pups such good wolf traits that many are thriving in the wild

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