check it out from the center's Facebook page.Readers of the Endangered Wolf Center's Facebook page and loving the latest video from the center, showing off the family unit of three of its Mexican Gray Wolves. You can see the video above, or
Here's what the center wrote about this video when it posted it on Sept. 3 on its YouTube page:
"Wolves generally mate for life and are excellent & loving parents. Did you know that a wolf pack is really just a wolf family?
"Madre was born in the wild and raised many litters of pups in the wild with her make Bob. Their wild pack was known as the Saddle Pack. After being found guilty of killing a few cows in the recovery area (their home) to support their family, they were taken into captivity and brought to the most secluded center -- the Endangered Wolf Center. After Bob died in 2012, Madre was paired with Perkins in hopes of reproducing her valuable genetics one more time before she is too old.
"On May 20, 2013, Mexican gray wolf Madre gave birth to two pups. Only one survived. Yes, this is very sad, and now little f1300 will have no one her age to play with. But this happens in the wild as well as in captivity; and with all species including humans."
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