Mexican gray wolves
More than 14 years after they were first reintroduced to the Southwest, there are still less than 60 Mexican gray wolves in the wild, making them one of North America's most endangered animals, and the most endangered wolf in the world. More Mexican wolves are desperately needed to strengthen the wild population's genetics and increase their numbers.
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