CANIS LUPUS MONGOLONENSIS
The Mongolian mountain wolf (Canis Lupus Mongolonensis) was classified as a subspecies of the gray wolf (Canis lupus) by biologist Edward A. Goldman in 1937. Its name was given to it by the Mogollon Mountain Indians in Arizona and New Mexico.
- Common name: Mongollon Mountain wolf
- Scientific name: Canis Lupus Mongolonensis
- Specie: Grey wolf
- Type: Mammals
- Diet: Carnivore
- Status: Extinct in 1935
MONGOLLON MOUNTAIN WOLF DESCRIPTION
The Mogollon Mountain wolf was small and medium-sized, slightly smaller than the Texas grey wolf but larger than the Mexican grey wolf. 🐺
MONGOLLON MOUNTAIN WOLF HABITAT
He lived in the Mogollon Mountains region of central Arizona and in the southeast and Sacramento Mountains (in the center) of New Mexico. ⛰️
IS THE MONGOLLON MOUNTAIN WOLF EXTINCT ?
The Mogollon mountain wolf was declared extinct in 1935.
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