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Wolf World Item # 229
Category: Recovery (Non-U.S.)

Wildlife Conservation
(July/August 1994)  7 pp.

A study of the rarest canine in the world, the Ethiopian wolf, leads the authors to emphasize the urgent need for a captive-breeding program, as the wolves are most threatened by disease and hybridization with domestic dogs. Also, looks at the reasons why the social organization of the Ethiopian wolf defies common explanations for why wild canids live in packs.