The Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed last year that a family of wolves, known as the Shasta pack, was the first to live in California in almost a century. The seven-member Shasta pack has five pups.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed last year that a family of wolves, known as the Shasta pack, was the first to live in California in almost a century. The seven-member Shasta pack has five pups. California Department of Fish and Wildlife
The Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed last year that a family of wolves, known as the Shasta pack, was the first to live in California in almost a century. The seven-member Shasta pack has five pups. California Department of Fish and Wildlife

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