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The nearly 6-month-old red wolf pups have gotten a lot bigger, and so have their teeth! Between 4 and 6 months of age, a wolf pup permanent adult teeth displace the smaller milk teeth. Adult wolves have 42 teeth. There … Continue reading

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Jack’s (red wolf M1606) grooming efforts are gestures of intimacy. Plus someone has to keep those adorable and messy pups clean! Beyond being cute (and messy), this critically endangered pup represent the Wolf Conservation Center’s (WCC) active participation in an … Continue reading

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Your moment of critically endangered cuteness! Beyond being cute, this pocket-sized predator represents the Wolf Conservation Center’s active participation in an effort to save a species from extinction. While the WCC has been a vocal and visible advocate in trying … Continue reading

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