it goes nuts to squirrel to fox to coyote to grey wolf
Species from the genus vulpes - related to the red fox. Arctic fox Bengal fox Blanford's fox Cape fox Corsac fox Fennec fox Kit fox Pale fox Rüppell's fox Swift fox Tibetan sand fox
Dogs are the same species as the wolf but a different subspecies.
The grey fox is not an endangered species, still quite common.
Canis lupus. The Grey wolf.
Canis lupus is the scientific name for the wolf, of which there are several species.
Some common animals particular to Mexico are: * Dog * Coyote * Mexican Grey Wolf * Burro * Horses * Fox * Deer * Puma * Jaguars * Cougars * Ocelots * Bears * Anteaters
The Coyote is in the family Canidae, which includes the Grey(or Gray) Wolf, Red Fox, and Arctic Fox. Hope this helps.
They are both in the canine family.
Grey Wolf Canis lupus Red Wolf Canis rufus By wolf, you are probably referring to the Grey Wolf. There is also the critically endangered Red Wolf. Also, there are other species with the common name wolf, jackal or dog in the dog genus Canis.
Brown is a color common to many subspecies of grey wolf and to the red wolf, but not a species nor subspecies of its own. Grey wolves, red wolves and coyotes likely had a common ancestor in the Hare-eating wolf, or Canis lepophagus.
there are many names for the gray wolf, such as Canis lupus, dingo, Timber Wolf Genus, arctic wolf, tundra wolf, Mackenzie Valley wolf, timber wolf, plains wolf, Mexican wolf, lobo and lone wolf. But the most common name is the question your asking; the (Grey) Gray Wolf is the most common name.
they all have ears and a mouth
Canis Iupus The common name for Canis Iupus is grey wolf.
Both the Arctic fox and the red fox are found in the Arctic.
Grey Wolf is 5' 8".
The grey wolf is a carnivore.
Grey Wolf, Bears and even down to small Fox to finish off the scraps
A red fox would typically not fight against a powerful opponent like a wolf. But in a situation where fleeing was not possible, the wolf would kill the fox, there is no contest. A typical red fox weighs 7 kilograms on average, which is little more than a domestic cat. An average grey wolf weighs in at around 38 kilograms, and is almost twice as tall, and as long.
the grey wolf. eats the grey wolf. because nothing is more suprior then the grey wolf. except chuck Norris
In Europe the Lynxes main competition is the Red Fox or the Grey Wolf. However the Canadian Lynxes competition is Cougars, Grey Wolves or even Grizzly Bears.
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There is but a single species of true wolf - Canis lupus. However, there are a number of subspecies. One subspecies, the red wolf, was once thought to be a distinct species but is now considered to be a subspecies. There are a few other animals called wolves, such as the Ethiopian wolf and the maned wolf. However, these are wolves in name only and not true wolves. For a list of subspecies, click on… Read More
the grey fox is endangered because IT IS
A grey wolf is a carnivore
Fox is dinner to a wolf.
No a wolf will not eat a fox? A wolf might kill a fox ONLY IF the fox attacks the wolf or kills a baby. That is because a wolf in a cousin to the fox.
It is a wolf. Though it's closest realitive is the maned wolf, which is fox-like but is a wolf. They are exincted creatures but the Falkland Islands Wolf/Warrah/ Falkland Islands dog/Falkland Islands fox or Antarctic wolf is a wolf and not a fox.
Breed refers to domestic animals such as dogs, cats, cattle, etc. Wild animals are classifies by species and the species of the wolf is Canis lupus.
Vulture, Condor, Grey Fox, and Maned Wolf. In the rainforests, there are also varieties of bugs that serve as scavengers.
Lemmings, polar bears, grey wolf, arctic fox, caribou, and ermine. Probably more.
ITS where does a grey wolf sleep not whawt does a grey wolf sleep!!!! LIKE GOD!
The duration of The Grey Fox is 1.83 hours.
It's very rare for a wolf to eat a fox but the only kind of wolf that will eat a fox is a very HUNGRY wolf.
It was most likely a Grey Wolf. They are most common in North America and were the most likely breed to come into Native American contact.
Gray and grey are basically the same words, just that "gray" is the american derivation of "grey". So, both ways are acceptable and are the same wolf.
A grey wolf is bigger so i think its the grey but a arctic wolf is bulkier
Those breeds with "hound" in their name. Wolf hound Fox hound Grey Hound Dax hound.
The Grey Fox was created on 1982-12-16.
Fox is Kitsune And Wolf Is Okami
The relationship between the fox and the wolf is competition. Because the wolf and the fox both compete for the prey in the area.
Here is a list of animals I know Grey wolf,Red wolf,Ethiopian wolf,Red fox,Grey fox,Cougar,Black bear,Grizzly bear,Bobcat,Red-ruffed lemur,Ring-tailed lemur,African lion,Asiastic lion,Asiastic black bear,California condor,Turkey vulture,White-tailed deer,Black buck,Mearns coyote,Coyote,Maned wolf,Arabian wolf,Arctic wolf,Mexican wolf,Aardwolf,Lappet-faced vulture,Siberian tiger,Bengal tiger,Grey fox,Swift fox,Fussa,Golden lion tamarin,Giant panda,Red panda,Red kangaroo,Grey kangaroo,Arctic fox,Blue whale,Humpback whale,North American porcupine,Canada lynx,Bobcat,Iberian lynx,Black vulture,Black panther and there is many more animal species in the world other than those some have not even been discovered yet and want to know… Read More
Probably Grey wolf. They are bigger in size and fiercer than most wolves.
If a wolf is able to catch a fox, it will eat the fox.
Due to its size, the wolf is stronger than a fox.
A Red Fox Would Win Because It Is Bigger, Stronger, Heavier, Smarter And Quicker Than The Grey Fox. Also, The Grey Fox Does Not Have The Ability To Kill Animals By Doing That Nasty Bite Turn On The Neck That Red Foxes Sometimes Do. But Grey Foxes Are Suprisingly Good Climbers. If The Grey Fox Had A Chance To Get Up A Tree And The Red Fox Left. The Grey Fox Would Get Away.
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The biggest wolf in the world is the Grey Wolf.
The grey wolf is no longer on the endangered species list. Certain populations of grey wolves are in need of protection but on the whole, the grey wolf is considered least concern by the IUCN.
The Arctic wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf.