Live the wild life in Mexico - 21 Jun 2007
Holidays in Mexico certainly have a wild side - and recent events prove it.
Four Mexican gray wolf pups emerged from their lair following their birth at Mexico City zoo last week, reports the Associated Press (AP).
According to the news provider, the wolves' playful antics resulted in their mother baring her teeth in an attempt to calm them down.
The zoo is an ideal day trip for families on holiday in Mexico.
One of the world's finest, children of all ages will be delighted by the array of animal life on display.
The wolves are an example of the organisation's conservation activities, the AP states, as systemised attempts to breed the animals in captivity are now underway.
For anyone on holiday in Mexico, a trip to Mexico City Zoo could turn out to be a stimulating, educating and eye-opening experience.
Meanwhile, a new exhibition on artist Frida Kahlo has just opened in Mexico City's Palacio de Bellas Artes.
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