As of 1998, 175 Mexican gray wolves existed.
As of 2008, there were only about 50 Mexican gray wolves (Canis lupus baileyi) in the wild. Additionally, there are about 200 Mexican gray wolves in captivity.
have they started hunting them like they have with the wolves in Idaho?
Mexican wildlife trust re-introduced 5 wolves to mexico at the begining of 2010. In october 2011, all five wolves were illegally killed by humans, which leaves the mexican wolf population in Mexico, is 0. There are no mexican wolves living in mexico at the moment, untill they find mexican wolves in the wild in the U.S and re-introduce them again.
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