Himalayan Wolf(Canis lupus himalayansis)
It is believed that wolves were first tamed in East Asia about 15,000 years ago..
In Canada, found that wolves swim between islands, eating crabs, clams and other tidbits.
Wolves are the mostly widespread mammal species after human and livestock.
|Description:||A large canid that looks like a slim Alsatian with a big head, the Wolf has grey fur intermingled with black on the dorsal crest, forehead and tip of the tail.|
|Size:||Male: 1.65 m Female: 1.59 m|
|Height:||Male: 66 to 81 cm Female: 65 to 79 cm|
|Weight:||Male: 20 to 70 kg Female: 16 to 50 kg|
|Diet:||Small and medium sized prey.|
|Sexual maturity:||Male: 2 to 3 years Female: 2 to 3 years|
|Estrous phase:||4 to 13 days|
|Gestation Period:||60 to 63 days|
|Young per birth:||5 to 6 cubs|
|Life span:||In wild: 8 to 13 years In captivity: 17 years|
|Habitat:||Himalayan wolf can live in hilly forest and deserts.|
|Distribution:||India and Tibet.|
|Current Population Status:||Stable|
|IUCN Red List Status:||Least Concern|