'Ghost genes' from coyotes could help save critically endangered red wolves, study says

'Ghost genes' from coyotes could help save critically endangered red wolves, study says

Dr. Joey Hinton and Dr. Kristin Brzeski prepare to collar and process a Louisiana coastal coyote for their study that explores the red wolf ancestry found in this special group of canids. (Amy C. Shutt/CNN) Dr. Joey Hinton and Dr. Kristin Brzeski prepare to collar and process a Louisiana coastal coyote for their study that explores the red wolf ancestry found in this special group of canids. (Amy C. Shutt/CNN)

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