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First Mexican Gray Wolf to be Released Since 2008

The U.S. is attempting to expand the endangered Mexican gray wolf population by releasing the first male into the wild in four years.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife have hopes that releasing the adult male will help the genetic strength of the gray wolf species.

Lynda Lambert, public information officer for the Arizona Fish and Game department, said the move to release the new alpha male was part of a joint decision with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife.

“You can’t just release a dozen at a time,” Lambert told Fox News Latino. “You have to do it with clear strategy…”

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