Great Plains wolf

Great Plains wolf

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Canis lupus nubilus

The Great Plains wolf, also known as the buffalo wolf or loafer, is an extinct subspecies of gray wolf that once extended throughout the Great Plains, from southern Manitoba and Saskatchewan in Canada southward to northern Texas in the United States. The subspecies was declared extinct in 1926. They were described as a large, light-colored wolf but with black and white varying between individual wolves, with some all white or all black. The Native Americans of North Dakota told of how only three Great Plains wolves could bring down any sized bison.

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References

1. Great Plains wolf Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Plains_wolf

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