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Fifteen years after returning to the wild, Mexican gray wolves still battle bureaucracy

It was amid great fanfare and smoldering trepidation that Mexican gray wolves were released into the wilds of Arizona and New Mexico, mere decades after their near annihilation by the very government now setting them free. Yet that reintroduction came only after…

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