Largest litter of pups in a century born to California wolf pack


Through conservation efforts, California’s wolf packs have grown little by little. However, one breeding male and female recently significantly contributed to the growing population of what’s known as the Whaleback pack. The pair, who call Siskiyou County home, had eight wolf pups in the spring, which the California Department of Fish and Wildlife just confirmed. The litter is the largest in almost a century, and adding these new pups brings the pack up to 15.

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