The Mexican gray wolf that escaped from Forest Lake Wildlife Center in February, is being moved to a new zoo on Wednesday, the Star Tribune said.
The wolf, nicknamed "Medium Toast," was rejected by her two sisters when she was returned to the zoo. She had to be separated from the other wolves, and is being moved to Dakota Zoo in Bismarck, North Dakota, the Star Tribune said.
The Mexican gray wolf is an endangered species and is part of species survival plan, The Bismarck Tribune said.
Medium Toast will be the fourth Mexican gray wolf at the Dakota Zoo, the Bismarck Tribune said.