From Mexico News Daily:

Five more wolf pups have given a small boost to the precarious Mexican gray wolf population.

The wolves were born in April at the Desert Museum in Saltillo, Coahuila, thanks to ongoing efforts by Mexico and the United States to aid in the recovery of the animal’s numbers.

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From Artesia Daily Press:

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — State wildlife officials are reviewing the federal government’s plan for recovering endangered wolves that once roamed parts of New Mexico, Arizona and northern Mexico.

A draft was recently released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as the agency works to meet a court-ordered deadline to have the plan completed by the end of November.

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A sacrificial wolf elaborately adorned with some of the finest Aztec gold ever found and buried more than five centuries ago has come to light in the heart of downtown Mexico City, once home to the Aztec empire’s holiest shrines.

The quality and number of golden ornaments is highly unusual and includes 22 complete pieces – such as symbol-laden pendants, a nose ring and a chest plate – all made from thin sheets of the precious metal, lead archaeologist Leonardo Lopez told Reuters.

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