Mexico Wolf Reintroduction Off to Rocky Start

Susan Montoya Bryan
Huffington Post
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Communication between Mexican wildlife officials and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed that four out of the five wolves released by Mexico's Environmental Department in October 2011 were killed from poisoning.  The poison was warfarin, a blood thinner, commonly used in rat poison and pesticide.  It is unclear whether the warfarin was set out intentionally for the wolves.
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