Wolves are highly sociable creatures who live in well-organized groups and family units.
The wolves benefit from this organization and collaboration in a variety of ways, including improved hunting, protecting territory, rearing pups, and more.
Rosa and Alleno are the parents of this unique family, which has a total of 11 members.
When Mexican gray wolf F1143 (Rosa) gave birth to a litter of nine puppies in May 2018, she made a significant contribution to the survival of her endangered species.
We’ve watched these pups grow into curious, feisty individuals with their own distinct personalities and appearances over the last few months.
We’ve seen the ‘little twosome’s’ persistence, watched some pretty adorable snuggle mounds in their den, and heard their high-pitched cries!