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Ethiopian Wolf Project

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In the remote highlands of Ethiopia lives the rarest canid on Earth: the Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis). Today, less than 450 of these elegant animals survive. Ethiopian wolves may look like foxes or jackals but DNA analysis shows that their closest relatives are actually the grey wolves of Europe. 100,000 years ago, a common ancestor […]

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Ethiopian Wolf Project

Posted by Will on

I am excited to announce that I am embarking on a new conservation project to raise awareness and support for the world’s most endangered canine, the Ethiopian wolf. It is estimated that less than 500 wolves remain in the wild today, and this number is falling rapidly. Introduced diseases from domestic dogs, isolation of gene […]