A new report shows that for the first time in a century, California has at least two packs of wolves, reported World Animal News. Two of California’s existing wolf families have given birth to 12 pups.
Amaroq Weiss, senior West Coast wolf advocate at the Center for Biological Diversity, said, “We’re over the moon knowing that for the first time in more than 100 years, California has at least two wolf packs with pups. This is a red-letter moment in wolf recovery for the Golden State. These little ones are here because of legal protections that are crucial to their survival and made it possible for wolves to return.”
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