Users shared photographs of the wolf playing with dogs in the vicinity of the San Juan de Aragón neighborhood. Secretariat of Public Safety (SSC) of Mexico City, attached to the Animal Surveillance Brigade (BVA) and Auxiliary Police (PA) captured on Wednesday a wolf specimen in the vicinity of the block of San Juan de Aragón, belonging to the mayor Gustavo A. Madero.
Through the security cameras, neighbors managed to record when the animal roamed the streets of the colony, where he played for several hours with dogs after allegedly escaping and wandering through streets near the zoo of San Juan de Aragón.
In social networks, a person shared photographs of the wolf when playing with their pets, however, the users assured that it was a "simple stray dog". According to national media, a zoo biologist confirmed the animal's escape and after two hours managed to capture it near door 7 of the place.
The deputy director of the zoo said that the dog looked in good condition and without injuries, so once reviewed by specialists was under the protection of the staff of the place for its full assessment. Later the Secretary of the Environment (Sedema) explained that the wolf did not escape from the zoo, but came only to the site. Veterinarians reviewed it and determined that it was a wolf and a dog, although its provenance is unknown.