The U.S. Government Just Secretly Killed An Extremely Endangered Wolf

There are just about 113 Mexican gray wolves in the wild — and the U.S. government just shot and killed one of them.

It’s the first time in a decade the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has killed a Mexican gray wolf, which is one of the most endangered kinds of wolves on the planet. The female wolf was part of the Diamond pack, which is being blamed for preying on cattle being raised for meat in Arizona.

Mexican gray wolf at conservation center
Mexican gray wolf pup born at conservation center

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