‘Legendary’ wolf that parented 40 pups reappears in Arizona 2 years after vanishing

From the Miami Herald:

A “legendary” female wolf known for birthing dozens pups has mysteriously resurfaced in Arizona after vanishing in 2018, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Known only as 1042, the Mexican wolf has survived in the wild for 14 years — nearly double the life expectancy of her species — including nine years as an “alpha female,” wildlife officials posted Monday on Facebook.

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