Friday, January 29, 2016

Eurasian wolf

The Eurasian wolf (Canis Lupus Lupus), also known as the common wolf or Middle-Russian forest wolf, is a gray wolf subspecies native to Eurasia and extinct in Central Finland, France, Britain, Ireland, and other places. The common wolf is the nominate subspecies. The last wolf in Central Finland was killed in 1911, which is the year when the Newfoundland wolf became extinct. I noticed the English wolf was an extinct population of the Eurasian wolf because on the Wikipedia, I looked at the gray wolf range. There is no documented record of a man being killed by an American wolf. European wolves, maybe.

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