Ethiopian Wolves

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With just 500 remaining in the wild, the beautiful Ethiopian Wolf is one of the nation’s most distinctive and beloved animals.

 With a beautiful coat of glossy, red fur, pointed ears, and long legs – Ethiopian Wolves more closely resemble large foxes than they do the grey wolves of Europe and North America.

 With 60% of the remaining population found inside the Bale Mountains National Park, those wishing to see Ethiopian Wolves out on the hunt are best advised to include the park in their plans.

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With just 500 remaining in the wild, the beautiful Ethiopian Wolf is one of the nation’s most distinctive and beloved animals.


 With a beautiful coat of glossy, red fur, pointed ears, and long legs – Ethiopian Wolves more closely resemble large foxes than they do the grey wolves of Europe and North America.


 With 60% of the remaining population found inside the Bale Mountains National Park, those wishing to see Ethiopian Wolves out on the hunt are best advised to include the park in their plans.

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