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After more than a decade of stagnation, the population of Mexican Grey Wolves the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is trying to reintroduce to the Southwest has begun to rise.

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Wolf numbers jump 10 percent after long lag in recovery

Increase comes as feds ponder rule change

The number of Mexican Grey Wolves trotting through the wilds of Arizona and New Mexico jumped to 83 in 2013, a roughly 10 percent increase.


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