It mean dog, wolf,and jackals.
Other wolf species, coyotes, dogs, jackals, dholes, African wild dog, and foxes to name a few. Generally, any animal that falls into the Canidea family are considered "cousins" to the wolf.
The domestic dog is the closest relative of the wolf and a subspecies.
Jackals, coyotes etc.
Yes Jackals are a member of the canine family. Widely adapted to the hottest and most deserted parts of the world.
It's classification is of the Canidae which is shares with foxes, jackals, coyotes, and domestic dogs.
The grey wolf is Canis lupus The red wolf is Canis rufus The Ethiopian wolf is Canis simensis There are about 30 other species (of various genera) in the wolf family, Family Canidae. Other members of the genus Canis include coyotes, domestic dogs, dingos and jackals.
Yes, in pairs or family groups.
Jackals are members of the family "canidae".
Canidae is the family of the wolf.
The biological family Canidae is a lineage of carnivores that includes domestic dogs, wolves, foxes, jackals, dingoes, and many other extant and extinct dog-like mammals.