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In this photo provided by the Phoenix Zoo, Luna, left, and Scarlet, female Mexican gray wolves are seen at the zoo in Phoenix on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021. One pack of Mexican gray wolves is now two, with three sisters remaining at the Phoenix Zoo while their two parents and three male offspring are now in Texas after being moved to the El Paso Zoo as part of a cooperative program to continue recovery of the endangered predators. After the other wolves were moved in January, the three sisters remaining behind in Arizona had to adjust to an emptier den while having to establish a new pecking order, the Arizona Republic reported. (Phoenix Zoo via AP)

In this photo provided by the Phoenix Zoo, Luna, left, and Scarlet, female Mexican gray wolves are seen at the zoo in Phoenix on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021. One pack of Mexican gray wolves is now two, with three sisters remaining at the Phoenix Zoo while their two parents and three male offspring are now in Texas after being moved to the El Paso Zoo as part of a cooperative program to continue recovery of the endangered predators. After the other wolves were moved in January, the three sisters remaining behind in Arizona had to adjust to an emptier den while having to establish a new pecking order, the Arizona Republic reported. (Phoenix Zoo via AP)

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