Wolves Of The World


North American Gray Wolves

Gray Wolf



Once abundant throughout North America, wolves have over the past 200 years
felt a constant impact of the Human Population. Even today, their number
continues to dwindle as they are forced into smaller and smaller habitat.


Although the North American gray wolf was grouped into just 5 subspecies in 1995,
in order to show what different distinctions exist between them, I chose to show all
of the original 24.

Alaskan Tundra Wolf
(Canis lupus tundarum)

Alaskan Tundra Wolf

Alexander Archipelago Wolf
(Canis lupus ligoni)

Alexander Archipelago Wolf

Arctic Wolf
(Canis lupus arctos)

Arctic Wolf

Baffin Island Wolf
(Canis lupus manningi)

Baffin Island Wolf

Bernard's Wolf
(Canis lupus bernardi)

Bernard's Wolf

British Columbian Wolf
(Canis lupus columbianus)

British Columbian Wolf

Cascade Mountain Wolf
(Canis lupus fuscus)

Cascade Mountain Wolf

Eastern Timber Wolf
(Canis lupus lycaon)

Eastern Timber Wolf

Great Plains Wolf
(Canis lupus nubilus)

Great Plains Wolf

Greenland Wolf
(Canis lupus orion)

Greenland Wolf

Hudson Bay Wolf
(Canis lupus hudsonicus)

Hudson Bay Wolf

Interior Alaskan Wolf
(Canis lupus pambasileus)

Interior Alaskan Wolf

Kenai Peninsula Wolf
(Canis lupus alces)

Kenai Peninsula Wolf

Labrador Wolf
(Canis lupus labradorius)

Labrador Wolf

Mackenzie Tundra Wolf
(Canis lupus mackenzii)

Mackenzie Tundra Wolf

Mackenzie Valley Wolf
(Canis lupus occidentalis)

Mackenzie valley Wolf

Manitoba Wolf
(Canis lupus griseoalbus)

Manitoba Wolf

Mexican Wolf
(Canis lupus baileyi)

Mexican Gray Wolf

Mogollon Mountain Wolf
Canis lupus mogollonensis)

Mogollon Mountain Wolf

Newfoundland Wolf
(Canis lupus beothucus)

Newfoundland Wolf

N. Rocky Mountains Wolf
(Canis lupus irremotus)

Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf

S. Rocky Mountains Wolf
(Canis lupus youngi)

Southern Rocky Mountain Wolf

Texas Gray Wolf
(Canis lupus monstrabilis)

Texas Gray Wolf

Vancouver Island Wolf
(Canis lupus crassodon)

Vancouver Island Wolf




Red Wolves

The red wolf is listed separately because for so long it was viewed as it's own separate species
(the Canis rufus). The Canis lupus floridanus and Canis lupus gregoryi were recognized
as subspecies of the red wolf (and still are by many). However, at the present, they are all identified
as subspecies of the gray wolf.


Common Red Wolf
(Canis lupus rufus)

Red Wolf

Florida Red Wolf
(Canis lupus floridanus)

Florida Red Wolf

Swamp Wolf
(Canis lupus gregoryi)

Canis lupus gregoryi



Eurasian Gray Wolves
Howling Gray Wolf


It is believed that European Wolves evolved around 150,000 years ago, about the same time as
North American Wolves. Asian Wolves, however, are believed to have originated long before.



Arabian Wolf
(Canis lupus arab)

Arabian Wolf

Common Gray Wolf
(Canis lupus lupus)

Common Gray Wolf

Hokkaido Wolf
(Canis lupus hattai)

Hokkaido Japanese Wolf

Honshu Wolf
(Canis lupus hodophilax)

Honshu Japanese Wolf

Iberian Wolf
(Canis lupus signatus)

Iberian Wolf

Iranian Wolf
(Canis lupus pallipes)

Iranian Wolf

Italian Wolf
(Canis lupus italicus)

Italian Wolf

Steppe Wolf
(Canis lupus campestris)

Steppe Wolf

Tibetan Wolf
(Canis lupus chanco)

Tibetan Wolf

Tundra Wolf
(Canis lupus albus)

Tundra Wolf

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Other Wolves Of The World

Egyptian Jackal
(Canis aureus lupaster)

Egyptian Wolf

Ethiopian Wolf
Canis simensis

Ethiopian Wolf

Indian Wolf
(Canis indica)

Indian Wolf

Maned Wolf
(Chrysocyon brachyurus)

Maned Wolf

Dingo
Canis lupus dingo


Wolves Of The Ancient World

Armbruster's Wolf
(Canis armbrusteri)

Armbruster's Wolf

Dire Wolf
(Canis dirus)

Dire Wolf

Canis edwardii
(Canis edwardii)

Edward's Wolf







Bears Of The World

Alaskan Tundra Wolves | Alexander Archipelago Wolves | Arabian Wolves | Arctic Wolves | Armbruster's Wolf |

|Baffin Island Wolves | Bernard's Wolves | British Columbian Wolves | Canis edwardii | Cascade Mountain Wolves | Dire Wolves |

|Dingoes | Eastern Timber Wolves | Egyptian Jackals | |Ethiopian Wolves | European Wolves | Florida Red Wolves | Gray Wolves |

|Great Plains Wolves | Greenland Wolves | |Hokkaido Wolves | Honshu Wolves | Hudson Bay Wolves | Iberian Wolves |

|Indian Wolves | Interior Alaskan Wolves | Iranian Wolves | Italian Wolves | Kenai Peninsula Wolves |

|Labrador Wolves | Mackenzie Valley Wolves | Mackenzie Tundra Wolves | Maned Wolves | Manitoba Wolves |

|Mexican Wolves | Mogollon Mountain Wolves | Newfoundland Wolves | Northern Rocky Mountain Wolves |

|Red Wolves | Southern Rocky Mountain Wolves | Steppe Wolves | Texas Gray Wolves | Tibetan Wolves |

|Tundra Wolves | Vancouver Island Wolves | Wolf Links | E-Mail |

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