Timber wolves, also known as gray wolves, live in North America, Europe, Asia and parts of North Africa. Eastern timber wolves, considered a separate species, are found only in southeast Canada. More »

Canis lupus, the common wolf, originally ranged throughout the Northern Hemisphere, living in North America from the Arctic down to Mexico, and from northern Europe down to southern Asia and northern Africa. Canis rufus,... More »

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Timber wolves, like every other living thing, are classed in a series of nested hierarchies that precisely describes their relationship with every other living thing. Timber wolves are a subset of wolves, which are unite... More »

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Gray wolves are the largest canines and once ranged over much of the Northern Hemisphere, although they are now limited to parts of North America, Asia and Europe. They are also highly social animals, living and hunting ... More »

Weasels live in forests and open woodland areas and are native to North America, Asia, Europe and North Africa. They have also been introduced in other countries as a form of pest control. More »

Most gray wolves live in Alaska, Canada and Asia, having been hunted to near extinction in the lower 48 states in America and in Europe. Gray wolves were completely wiped out in Colorado by the 1930s, although there is a... More »

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Canis lupus, the common wolf, originally ranged throughout the Northern Hemisphere, living in North America from the Arctic down to Mexico, and from northern Europe down to southern Asia and northern Africa. Canis rufus,... More »

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