3/10/2017 – The article will center around the selective captive breeding of the canisrufus canid. Specifically, the use of a controversial adaptive field practices to locate, identify and remove non-genetic conforming canids during denning season. The piece should accurately report on the captive breeding practices and the number of non-conforming canids produced in captivity and ultimately their disposition. The second element should report on the recent adaptive field practices during denning seasons and evaluate the number of removed canids from the wild landscape. Finally the third eliminate of the story should speak to the cost of this publicly funded genetic experiment and what is the social acceptance of this human induced genetic genocide experiment.