There are only three species of wolves: gray wolf, Ethiopian wolf, and red wolf. Timber wolves are only a subspecies of gray wolves.
Another name for the gray wolf is tha canis lapus or the timber wolf
The Timber Wolf (also called the Gray Wolf) is found in Asia, Europe and North America.
The timber wolf is a race of the gray wolf.
there the exact same as the gray wolf
Canada have gray wolves but it is also known as a timber wolf so technically they have both but they are the same animal.
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.
Timber wolf, subspecies of the Gray wolf, has a Latin name of Canis Lupus Lycaon.
Canis lupusIf you mean a timber wolf, it's Latin name is Canis Lupus LycaonA timber wolf is a subspecies of gray wolf.
a black wolf is really just a gray wolf with black fur. Still part of the Timber wolf.
Grey wolves have many names including :- Gray Wolf (in America), Timber Wolf or simply Wolf