There were 12 cubs born, making a big celebration for the zoo staff.
Red wolves have been listed as endangered since 1996. They are now kept in captivity to reproduce new generations.
What happened at Zoo led us to believe that there is hope for this species.
In May, the zoo announced the birth of red wolf cubs. In just one month, 12cubs were born, which has become a great joy for the zoo and lovers of wildlife.
The zoo reports that all cubs are in good health.
All cubs are good for the zoo as they grow up to move into new populations.
The breeding program has helped to increase the number of red wolves. All cubs are under the care of specialists who make efforts for their safety.
Now you can even take one of the red wolves to protect the zoo.
It’s always good to hear that some endangered species are overcoming the danger of extinction.