ⓘ Tibetan wolf. The Tibetan wolf is a subspecies of grey wolf which is native to China in the areas of Gansu, Qinghai and Tibet Autonomous region. It is distingui ..

                                     

ⓘ Tibetan wolf

The Tibetan wolf is a subspecies of grey wolf which is native to China in the areas of Gansu, Qinghai and Tibet Autonomous region. It is distinguished by its genetic markers using whole genome sequencing to indicate that it is the most genetically divergent wolf population, and mitochondrial DNA sequences indicating that it is genetically the same wolf as the Himalayan wolf, genetically basal to the Holarctic gray wolf, and Association with the African Golden wolf.

                                     
  • to the Holarctic grey wolf genetically the same wolf as the Tibetan wolf and has an association with the African golden wolf Canis anthus There are
  • The Tibetan Mastiff Tibetan འད གས ཁ Wylie: Dogs khyi, Chinese: 藏獒 Pinyin: Zàng ao is a large Tibetan dog breed belonging to the mastiff family
  • remains taxonomic confusion over the Mongolian wolf In 1941, Pocock had referred to the Tibetan wolf as C. l. laniger and classified it as a synonym
  • plateau due to the elevation and low precipitation. The Tibetan Plateau hosts the Tibetan wolf and species of snow leopard, wild yak, wild donkey, cranes
  • the Indian Subcontinent. It is intermediate in size between the Tibetan and Arabian wolf and lacks the former s luxuriant winter coat due to it living
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