They are not extinct. They are endangered and need help!
Arctic Wolves Timber Wolves Red Wolves Ethiopian Wolves Indian Wolves Asiatic Wolves European Wolves (probably extinct)
Eastern Timber Wolves were heavily hunted in the United States and are considered locally extinct in the USA. Isolated individuals may be present here and there but predominantly they are extinct in the US. They can be found in Canada.
No Grey wolves and timber wolves are not the same.
Grey wolves and Timber Wolves are the same.
there were no timber wolves in Wisconsin (0)
Well... some wolves, like the maned wolf, are extinct, killed by humans, as well as some, like the timber wolf, which are endangered. There are only roughly 150,000 timber wolves left, so they are close to extinction (as people shoot at LEAST 150 a day altogether) but are not quite yet extinct.
wolves were made extinct in England in 1486 then wolves were made extinct in Scotland in 1743 and wolves in Ireland were made extinct in 1776
wolves aren't extinct
The timber wolves.
Timber wolves or grey wolves can run up to 35mph.
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!