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Ethiopian Wolf with the head of a Giant Mole Rat, its preferred prey in the highlands of Ethiopia.

This is one if the world’s most endangered wild canines, and depends almost exclusively on rodents for food.

All told, there are less than 500 ethiopian wolves left in the wild. The cause of their dwindling numbers vary, but the main ones are habitat loss and disease.

These wolves were never widespread to begin with, but that does not mean their eventual absence will not be felt.



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