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Growth slows for endangered Mexican gray wolf population

Members of the Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team processing a wolf during an annual count in January 2022 in southwestern New Mexico. Officials announced March 30 that the U.S. population of Mexican wolves has increased by 5 percent since the previous year, raising the total number of wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona to at least 196 animals. (Susan Dicks/Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team via AP)

Members of the Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team processing a wolf during an annual count in January 2022 in southwestern New Mexico. Officials announced March 30 that the U.S. population of Mexican wolves has increased by 5 percent since the previous year, raising the total number of wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona to at least 196 animals. (Susan Dicks/Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team via AP)

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