Endangered Red Wolf Cubs Born For The First Time In Four Years in The Wild

For the 1st time since 2018, a litter of 6 red wolf puppies ( 2 males and 4 females) were born on April 26 in North Carolina at the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. The wolves photos were shared on Facebook by the Red Wolf Recovery Program, writes thepetneeds

There are 241 red wolves in captivity and just 15-17 living in the wild, which makes them among the most endangered animals on earth!

Furthermore, at the Jersey Zoo in Jersey, a black lion tamarin, an endangered species, called Grace was born. He’s fighting to keep the species alive from being extinct.

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