The Mexican Wolf is the smallest subspecies of gray wolves are highly social and mate for life. Females give birth every other year. Breeding occurs in later winter and after a 63-day gestation, some four to eight blind and helpless pups are born in a den. The male hunts to feed his mate during the six to eight weeks nursing period. After a month or so the pups emerge from the den to receive food from both parents and other pack members.
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