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Red Wolf F1397 Might be “Showing!”

You make the call. Is that a “baby bump” or did red wolf F1397 indulge in too many peeps?  WCC staff and volunteers saw some very encouraging behavior in early March and we’re optimistic that litter number two may be on the way!
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2 Responses to Red Wolf F1397 Might be “Showing!”

  1. Michael says:

    I know that kind of bump: too much beers & too few movements.

  2. Michael says:

    Two again, I suppose.

    Is it F1397, who disappeared into the den just minutes before and now takes a look out of the den sometimes?

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