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,...

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,...

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)

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)

The Ethiopian Wolf is the most endangered canine species in Africa, and, among wolves, its rarity is second only to the red wolf.

The Ethiopian Wolf is the most endangered canine species in Africa, and, among wolves, its rarity is second only to the red wolf.

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

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

Ethiopian wolf, I think these are truly gorgeous animals. Kind of what I imagine a cross between a fox and dog

Ethiopian wolf, I think these are truly gorgeous animals. Kind of what I imagine a cross between a fox and dog

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 . 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.

Gorgeous Photographs of Africa's Endangered Ethiopian Wolf : TreeHugger

Gorgeous Photographs of Africa's Endangered Ethiopian Wolf

Ethiopian wolf! Wow, look at that! Interestingly, it’s the same cat as their Abyssinian cat. To blend in with the landscape, I reckon.

Ethiopian wolf! Wow, look at that! Interestingly, it’s the same cat as their Abyssinian cat. To blend in with the landscape, I reckon.

Among all carnivores, the Ethiopian Wolf is the most endangered, with only 400 to 600 remaining!

Among all carnivores, the Ethiopian Wolf is the most endangered, with only 400 to 600 remaining!

A beautiful Ethiopian wolf amongst the afro-alpine plants | Photo by Will Burrard-Lucas at http://www.burrard-lucas.com/

A beautiful Ethiopian wolf amongst the afro-alpine plants | Photo by Will Burrard-Lucas at http://www.burrard-lucas.com/

The endangered Ethiopian wolf suffers from high levels of rabies—but a new vaccine trial may help save the species.

The endangered Ethiopian wolf suffers from high levels of rabies—but a new vaccine trial may help save the species.

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