EFE | Mexico City

Six Mexican gray wolves, a species on the brink of extinction, were born in a nature reserve in the northern state of Sonora, a state environmental official said.

"The birth of these pups is a big accomplishment for the conservation of an extinct species in its natural habitat," Sonora Environmental Commission director Oscar Tellez told Efe.

Six Mexican gray wolves, a species on the brink of extinction, were born last month in a nature reserve in the northern state of Sonora. EFE/File
Six Mexican gray wolves, a species on the brink of extinction, were born last month in a nature reserve in the northern state of Sonora. EFE/File
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