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becausetheyarewolves: “Female Gray Wolf Canis Lupus by Doug Lindstrand Female Gray Wolf (canis lupus), captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States of America.

Only humans kill for sport which is abominable, cruel and hateful. Let's turn the tables on them and hang their heads on our walls.

first the gov spent millions reintroducing wolves. now they have an all out slaughter to destroy these beautiful animals. Gotta kill deer and elk and wolves and bobcats and prairie dogs and any form of life.

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Gray wolves, (c) Eilish Palmer. 20 years ago today, 14 wolves were released into Yellowstone National Park. The gray wolf exist in roughly ten states. What an amazing historic celebration we can look back on 20 years later with these beautiful wolves.

Endangered wild red wolves are at risk of going extinct unless the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service takes action.  The Red Wolf Recovery Program protects the country’s only remaining 90 to 100 red wolves that now live in and around a federal wildlife refuge in North Carolina. Despite its success, federal officials are actually considering a proposal to end the program soon. We almost lost the red wolf once. We can’t risk losing it forever again.

Gray Wolves are OFFICIALLY listed on the California Endangered Species Act! Howls of thanks to ALL who worked so hard to convince the Commission to list wolves in California. Victory is ours!

Wolf in snow- such beautiful creatures.

Wolves are one of my favorite animals so I really want to be able to pet one before I die !Wolves are amazing creatures, they are the reason we now have dogs as pets. Native Americans had wolves as pets!

The steppe wolf was classified as gray wolf subspecies Canis lupus campestris in 1804 by Russian scientist Ivan Dwigubski.  It is also known as the  		Caspian Sea wolf and the Caucasian wolf.

"The Steppe wolf was classified as gray wolf subspecies Canis lupus campestris in 1804 by Russian scientist Ivan Dwigubski. It is also known as the Caspian Sea wolf and the Caucasian wolf.

Wolves in Lamar Valley, Yellowstone Park.  Saw them and heard them howling...breathtaking.

A black wolf on a ridge in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. This is the alpha female of the Canyon Pack of spring

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Gray Wolf

Gray Wolf Wolves (Canis lupus) are the largest (in terms of size) among the wild relatives of the domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris).