A Timber wolf and a Gray wolf are the same species, just with a different names. Timber wolves refer to a specific region, and Gray wolves is a more general term for all northern wolves. So it really depends which gray wolf you're looking at.
Grey wolves and Timber Wolves are the same.
Canada have gray wolves but it is also known as a timber wolf so technically they have both but they are the same animal.
The timber wolf is a race of the gray wolf.
yes they are the same breed it's just another name.
They are both the same kind of wolves, just two different names. The biggest wolves are the artic wolves (these are also gray and timber wolves, just with a different name). Artic wolves can weigh over 200 pounds.
No. Wolves and foxes are two completely different species, therefore, they are not the same.
Yes, in fact, the timber wolf is another name for the grey wolves. (wolves are awesome)- uh, no they are most certianly not! Timber wolves are just a little bit um.. well.. awesomer, I guess!
No, they are not! they have a different habitat, diet, etc.
Yes, wolves and dogs are in the same species! In 1993, scientists changed a dog from "canis familaris" to "canis lupus", a subspecies of the gray wolf. That means that a dog is just a type of wolf, like timber wolves or artic wolves are all wolves. A dog is just another wolf.
All wolves are related, I guess dogs would be related too. A timber wolf and a grey wolf are related because they're WOLVES. But there species is different thats all. Same with deer, cats, etc.
No, but a timber wolf is a grey wolf. The timber wolf is a subspecies of the grey wolf, which also includes Arctic Wolves, Mexican Gray Wolves, domestic dogs and dingoes (domestic dogs are descended from wolves and considered the same species, canis lupus, though a different subspecies; dingoes are themselves descended from domestic dogs and are also considered canis lupus).