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Eurasian wolf (Canis lupus lupus) in snowy forestEurasian wolf (Canis lupus lupus) in snowy forest
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A Wolf (Canis lupus) dog near Canmore, Alberta.A Wolf (Canis lupus) dog near Canmore, Alberta.
Sweden, Vasterbotten, Female hunter standing with dog (canis lupus familiaris)Sweden, Vasterbotten, Female hunter standing with dog (canis lupus familiaris)
Eastern Wolf (Canis lupus lycaon) with bared teeth, captive, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, EuropeEastern Wolf (Canis lupus lycaon) with bared teeth, captive, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, Europe
Grey Wolf (Canis lupus) on a moss-covered rock, Altschoenau, Bavarian Forest, Bavaria, Germany, EuropeGrey Wolf (Canis lupus) on a moss-covered rock, Altschoenau, Bavarian Forest, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
September 20, 2015: Portrait Of A Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus) Looking Up, Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of AmericaSeptember 20, 2015: Portrait Of A Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus) Looking Up, Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of America
September 12, 2015: Grey Wolf (Canis Lupus) Pup Roams It's Enclosure, Captive At The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of AmericaSeptember 12, 2015: Grey Wolf (Canis Lupus) Pup Roams It's Enclosure, Captive At The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of America
A Wolf (Canis Lupus) Stands Beside Highway 60 Which Runs Through Algonquin Park; Ontario, CanadaA Wolf (Canis Lupus) Stands Beside Highway 60 Which Runs Through Algonquin Park; Ontario, Canada
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A pair of Mackenzie Valley wolves, Canis lupus occidentalis, a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolves in the world.A pair of Mackenzie Valley wolves, Canis lupus occidentalis, a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolves in the world.
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A pair of Mackenzie Valley wolves, Canis lupus occidentalis, a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolves in the world.A pair of Mackenzie Valley wolves, Canis lupus occidentalis, a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolves in the world.
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Two European grey wolves (Canis lupus) in snow, captive, Norway, FebruaryTwo European grey wolves (Canis lupus) in snow, captive, Norway, February
Head portrait of a European grey wolf (Canis lupus), with a second in the background, captive, Norway, FebruaryHead portrait of a European grey wolf (Canis lupus), with a second in the background, captive, Norway, February
Four wolves, Canis lupus, playflighting on a beach.Four wolves, Canis lupus, playflighting on a beach.
A pack of coastal wolves, Canis lupus, feeding on a sea lion carcass.A pack of coastal wolves, Canis lupus, feeding on a sea lion carcass.
A coastal wolf, canis lupus, stands on the beach on a windy day.A coastal wolf, canis lupus, stands on the beach on a windy day.
Coastal wolf, Canis lupus, standing in the rain on a salmon river estuary.Coastal wolf, Canis lupus, standing in the rain on a salmon river estuary.
A coastal wolf, Canis lupus, rests in the shade of old growth temperate rainforest.A coastal wolf, Canis lupus, rests in the shade of old growth temperate rainforest.
A dark coastal wolf, Canis lupus, feeds on a chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta.A dark coastal wolf, Canis lupus, feeds on a chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta.
A coastal wolf, Canis lupus, walks along the shoreline.A coastal wolf, Canis lupus, walks along the shoreline.
A coastal wolf, Canis lupus, lying in a bed of seaweed.A coastal wolf, Canis lupus, lying in a bed of seaweed.
Timber wolf (Canis lupus) standing on rock in dark forestTimber wolf (Canis lupus) standing on rock in dark forest
Side view portrait of gray wolf (Canis lupus) in dark forestSide view portrait of gray wolf (Canis lupus) in dark forest
Eurasian wolf (Canis lupus) in dark forestEurasian wolf (Canis lupus) in dark forest
Portrait of gray wolf (Canis lupus) in dark forestPortrait of gray wolf (Canis lupus) in dark forest
Gray Wolf, Canis lupus, West Yellowstone, Montana, controlled (PR)Gray Wolf, Canis lupus, West Yellowstone, Montana, controlled (PR)
Gray Wolf running through water, Canis lupus (Controlled Situation) MinnesotaGray Wolf running through water, Canis lupus (Controlled Situation) Minnesota
Immature female wolf (canis lupus), captive at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaImmature female wolf (canis lupus), captive at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
Immature female wolf (canis lupus), captive at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaImmature female wolf (canis lupus), captive at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
A yearling Gray Wolf (canis lupus) stands in it's favorite spot to watch people at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaA yearling Gray Wolf (canis lupus) stands in it's favorite spot to watch people at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
A yearling Gray Wolf (canis lupus) stands in it's favorite spot to watch people at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaA yearling Gray Wolf (canis lupus) stands in it's favorite spot to watch people at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
A yearling Gray Wolf (canis lupus) stands in it's favorite spot to watch people at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaA yearling Gray Wolf (canis lupus) stands in it's favorite spot to watch people at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
Female wolf (canis lupus) standing in snow in winter, captive in the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaFemale wolf (canis lupus) standing in snow in winter, captive in the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
Female Tundra Wolf (Canis lupus albus) in snow at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaFemale Tundra Wolf (Canis lupus albus) in snow at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
Gray Wolf, Canis lupus, West Yellowstone, Montana, controlled (PR)Gray Wolf, Canis lupus, West Yellowstone, Montana, controlled (PR)
Female tundra wolf (Canis lupus albus) playing and walking in the snow, captive at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre; Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaFemale tundra wolf (Canis lupus albus) playing and walking in the snow, captive at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre; Portage, Alaska, United States of America
Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) in Saskatoon, SaskatchewanGray Wolf (Canis lupus) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Grey wolf (Lupus canis), captive, United Kingdom, EuropeGrey wolf (Lupus canis), captive, United Kingdom, Europe
Wolf, Canis lupus, in a snowy forestWolf, Canis lupus, in a snowy forest
Two wolves, Canis lupus, cuddling in a snowy forestTwo wolves, Canis lupus, cuddling in a snowy forest
A portrait of a female coastal wolf, canis lupus.A portrait of a female coastal wolf, canis lupus.
Female wolf (canis lupus) captive in Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska, United States of AmericaFemale wolf (canis lupus) captive in Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
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A Mackenzie Valley wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, close up. This is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolf species in the world.A Mackenzie Valley wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, close up. This is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolf species in the world.
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A Mackenzie Valley wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, in a forest clearing. This is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolf species in the world.A Mackenzie Valley wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, in a forest clearing. This is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolf species in the world.
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A Mackenzie Valley wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, hidden in forest undergrowth. This is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolf species in the world.A Mackenzie Valley wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, hidden in forest undergrowth. This is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolf species in the world.
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A Mackenzie Valley wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, side profile close up. This is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolf species in the world.A Mackenzie Valley wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, side profile close up. This is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf and the largest wolf species in the world.
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September 18, 2015: Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus), Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of AmericaSeptember 18, 2015: Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus), Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of America
September 18, 2015: Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus), Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of AmericaSeptember 18, 2015: Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus), Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of America
September 18, 2015: Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus), Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of AmericaSeptember 18, 2015: Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus), Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of America
September 18, 2015: Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus), Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of AmericaSeptember 18, 2015: Female Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus), Captive, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Portage, Alaska, United States Of America

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