A littler of 8 critically endangered Mexican gray wolves were born at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, NY.

At one day old, the noisy newborns are blind and deaf and are limited to moving via a slow wiggly crawl or less controlled roll! Within a couple of weeks the pups’ vocalizations will no longer be limited whimpers and peeps, and they'll be nimble on their feet!

The Mexican gray wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf. Commonly referred to as "El lobo," this wolf is gray with light brown fur on its back. Its long legs and sleek body enable it to run fast. Although their numbers have grown slowly, and they remain the most endangered subspecies of wolf in the world.

Pups are born blind and defenseless. The pack cares for the pups until they mature at about 10 months of age.


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