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Subspecies Of Canis Lupus - List of Subspecies - Canis Lupus Subspecies
1874), tschiliensis (Matschie, 1907) † British Columbia wolf Canis lupus columbianus Goldman 1941 Yukon, British Columbia, and Alberta Vancouver Island wolf Canis lupus ... Vancouver Island, British Columbia Dingo Canis lupus dingo (feral domestic dog) Meyer 1793 Generally 52–60 cm tall at the shoulders and measures 117 to 124 cm from nose to tail tip ...

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