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Eight Mexican wolf cubs -- a jumbo-size litter -- have delighted conservationists fretting over the endangered species once common along the U.S.-Mexico border.They were born at Los Coyotes Zoo in Mexico City in April and viewed by AFP Tuesday.The cubs were born inside a tunnel-like den, with no human witnesses, in a wooded area of the zoo, boosting their family from nine to 17 members.Flores described the young wolves as early achievers.That's all," said Juan Manuel Lechuga, who works for the zoo directorate of the Mexico City government.Since 1989, a total of 156 cubs have been born in the city's zoos, he said.
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