Texas canines contain DNA of red wolves declared extinct in 1980


The White House. A pack of wild dogs found near the Texas Gulf Coast carries the genes of type of wolf that was declared extinct in the wild nearly forty years ago. The fighting has led wildlife biologists to develop a new understanding that the red wolf DNA is remarkably resilient genetic analysis. Found a pack of dogs on Galveston island in Texas appears to be a hybrid of the red wolf and Coyote, but researchers say that without additional testing it's difficult to label the animal the discovery coincides with similar GNA findings and wild dogs in southwestern

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