Sunday, June 28, 2015

Ethiopian wolf

The Ethiopian wolf (Canis Simiensis) is an endangered canine native to the Ethiopian highlands. Only fewer than 500 Ethiopian wolves remain and I don't know how many big headed mole rats are left. It is similar to the coyote in size and build, and is distinguished by its long narrow skull, and its red and white fur. Unlike other wolves, Ethiopian wolves hunt alone so their pack splits up and they hunt big headed mole rats and other rodents. The Mexican wolf is more beautiful than the Ethiopian and is the most beautiful wolf I've ever seen! It's endangered too. There are 2 subspecies of the Ethiopian wolf such as the Northern and Southern. It is either a wolf, jackal, or fox.

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