Canis lupus


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Noun1.Canis lupus - a wolf with a brindled grey coat living in forested northern regions of North AmericaCanis lupus - a wolf with a brindled grey coat living in forested northern regions of North America
wolf - any of various predatory carnivorous canine mammals of North America and Eurasia that usually hunt in packs
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Canis Lupus Familiaris is the scientific name for which animal?
Long-distance dispersal of a wolf, Canis lupus, in northwestern Europe.
8%, respectively); carnivores-brown bear Ursus arctos, wolf Canis lupus, Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx, otter Lutra lutra, red fox Vulpes vulpes, European badger Meles meles, stone marten Martes foina, pine marten M.
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But his next sentence says, "It ratifies and approves the decision" by the commission "to remove Canis lupus (gray wolf) from state list of threatened and endangered species.
Pack size and colour morphs of one wolf, Canis lupus, pack in Jasper National Park, Alberta, 1979-1998.
We bred them to be so expressive, of course, but only in the last two centuries or so did we actively shape Canis lupus familiaris into highly differentiated breeds, each filling a specific psychic need or role, from lapdog to bird retriever.
Partner preferences and asymmetries in social play among domestic dog, Canis lupus familiaris, littermates.
I am thus completely neutral on dogs, the Switzerland of the dog world if you will, and that arguably puts me in an ideal position to examine this tome dispassionately, and with a critical eye uncoloured by mushy feelings for Canis lupus fanziliaris.
Several phylogeographic studies have detected hybrids of Canis lupus and domestic dog in nature.
But her study also revealed new information about how the two subspecies of Canis lupus experience their environment during a four-week developmental window called the critical period of socialization, and the new facts may significantly change understanding of wolf and dog development.