Mexican Grey Wolf Pups Are Saving The Entire Species In Chicago

The pups are part of a comeback story fo the entire species. Two decades ago, the Mexican gray wolf was almost extinct. Hunters and farmers in the southwest and Mexico nearly killed them out of existence.

The Brookfield Zoo

The Brookfield Zoo is located in Chicago and houses over 450 species of animals.  The zoo is over 216 acres and opened in 1934.  The zoo is well known for the first to use moats and ditches instead of cages.  This Chicago zoo also built the first indoor dolphin exhibit, and the first fully indoor rain forest was created there.

Watch the full story in the video below.  It’s truly amazing when humans can help bring back an entire species from the brink of extinction.

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