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A male ethiopian wolf on the Sanetti Plateau  by Burrard Lucas (so cute, looks like he is wearing a giant bow tie. He is a proper wolf...lol. Love it <3)

"Ethiopian wolves are the World’s rarest canid and Africa’s most endangered carnivore; fewer than 450 animals survive in a few scattered populations. I spent 5 weeks photographing these beautiful animals in the remote Ethiopian Highlands.

Ethiopian Wolf by M. Watson Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis) sitting in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia, at 4000m - 4300m elevation. The endangered Ethiopian Wolf is also known as the Simien Jackal,...

beautiful-wildlife: “ Ethiopian Wolf by M. Watson Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis) sitting in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia, at - elevation. The endangered Ethiopian Wolf is also known as the Simien Jackal, Simien Fox, or Abyssinian Wolf.

Begging - An Ethiopian Wolf pup demands attention from Mum, by Ethiopian Wolf Project

An Ethiopian wolf(Canis simensis) pup demands attention from Mum, by Ethiopian Wolf Project.

The Ethiopian wolf (Canis simensis) is a canid native to the Ethiopian…

Informed by sound research, the Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme targets the greatest threats to the survival of Ethiopian wolves and their Afroalpine habitat.

This Ethiopian hotspot is home to more native species – including the rare Ethiopian wolf – than any other area of comparable size on the planet.

Saving the rarest canids on Earth

The rare Ethiopian wolf. Ethiopia’s booming population has threatened a source of beauty and wonder

Wolves of the world . One thing, though. Ethiopian wolves are canids, but not actual members of the wolf species. All true wolves (including domestic dogs) are listed under CANIS LUPUS, while the Ethiopian wolf is listed under CANIS SIMENSIS.

Wolves of the world . Ethiopian wolves are canids, but not actual members of the wolf species. All true wolves (including domestic dogs) are listed under CANIS LUPUS, while the Ethiopian wolf is listed under CANIS SIMENSIS.

Ethiopian wolf, highly endangered..... It has a mouse in its mouth.....

Ethiopian Wolves are highly endangered, because nearby village dogs most often have rabies, and they're released, attacking these wolves.

Gorgeous Photographs of Africa's Endangered Ethiopian Wolf : TreeHugger

Gorgeous Photographs of Africa's Endangered Ethiopian Wolf

The Very Fox-like Canis Simensis >>Wildlife Extra - Wildlife Photography - In focus: Ethiopian wolves by Will Burrard-Lucas and Rebecca Jackrel

An Ethiopian wolf  in the Bale Mountains of the Ethiopian Highlands. (Photographed in 2003 by Martin Harvey).

An Ethiopian wolf in the Bale Mountains of the Ethiopian Highlands. (Photographed in 2003 by Martin Harvey).

Ethiopian wolf, sometimes called the Simien fox or Simien jackal. Fox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Canis simensis - Ethiopian wolf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia