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Red Wolf (Canis rufus)

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The United States of America has some conservation success stories, like the Bald Eagle and the American Alligator, which were once on the Endangered Species List, but are now doing great thanks to good wildlife conservation. However, there are some animals in the USA that are still hanging in there, like the Red Wolf. Once common, now they're critically endangered, with only 40 individuals left in the wild according to recent news, so this thread is purely dedicated to anything on the Red Wolf.
"Those who do what they must do are like fire, they fear nothing. Those who don't are like rabbits, for they have much to fear.
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http://www.fws.gov/southeast/wildlife/mammals/red-wolf/   Check this out 


https://defenders.org/red-wolf/basic-facts And also this   


https://www.nwf.org/Educational-Resources/Wildlife-Guide/Mammals/Red-Wolf Also this.
"Those who do what they must do are like fire, they fear nothing. Those who don't are like rabbits, for they have much to fear.
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http://www.biologicaldiversity.org/campaigns/esa_works/profile_pages/RedWolf.html        Bumped into this as well.
"Those who do what they must do are like fire, they fear nothing. Those who don't are like rabbits, for they have much to fear.
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My mistake, turns out there's only 35 of these left in the wild. Not 40, my bad.
"Those who do what they must do are like fire, they fear nothing. Those who don't are like rabbits, for they have much to fear.
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