We placed cameras in Brookfield Zoo’s Regenstein Wolf Woods exhibit where zoo officials hope the two newest residents, Flint and Zana, will pair up and start a family. The zoo participates in the Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program, an international effort that’s helping to increase the wild population of this endangered subspecies. If Flint and Zana successfully mate, their offspring may join more than 80 wolves reintroduced to recovery zones in the Southwest. (Chris Walker, Chicago Tribune)
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