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Biodiversity advocates pan USFWS plans for Mexican wolf recovery

(Reuters) - The Trump administration on Wednesday unveiled a recovery plan for the endangered Mexican wolf, but environmentalists immediately assailed the program as so deficient it would lead to the demise of one of North America’s most imperiled mammals.

The plan projects returning the Mexican wolf -- actually the rarest subspecies of the North American gray wolf -- to viable numbers in the U.S. Desert Southwest by 2043, paving the way for removing the animal from the endangered species list.


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