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Family: Canidae

The Canidae Family includes dogs, foxes, jackals and wolves which are medium sized large ear and long bushy tail mammals. Their muzzles are elongated with elongated powerful canines and pointed molars. Their legs are long, slim and well adapted for sprinting. Most canidae have five toes on the front feet and four on the rear. They rely more on their senses of hearing and smell than sight when stalking prey. They are clever mammals and adapt their behavior to their environment.


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The Canidae is a relatively samll but homogeneous family of generalized hunters,
but it counts among its members such species as the wolf, fox, coyote and ...

Lioncrusher's Domain -- Canidae
... The family Canidae had three major co-existing radiations, represented by the
subfamilies of ... This is why there are grey wolves in both Eurasia and North America ...

ADW: Canidae: Information
... Chordata Subphylum Vertebrata Class Mammalia Order Carnivora Family Canidae.
Family Canidae (coyotes, dogs, foxes, jackals, and wolves). ...

Family: Canidae
... Animal Links - Family Canidae (Dogs, foxes, wolves, jackals ... .. ... Family Canidae:
foxes, dogs, wolves. Modern canids includes nine genera ... Untitled ... ...

All About Wolves
... Family Canidae Wolves, dogs, foxes, coyotes and lesser known animals among
the 35 members of this mammal family, with selected links. ...

... Read updates on the Idaho, Montana & Yellowstone wolf reintroduction. Mexican
Gray Wolf Wolves are wild members of the dog family (Canidae). ...

Molecular evolution of the dog family
... the order Carnivora, the relationships of species within the family Canidae, and
the ... may be strongly influenced by hybridization with coyotes and gray wolves. ...

Dogs (Family Canidae)
Gray Wolf Canis lupus nubilus Say Description: The gray wolf, the largest
wild member of the family Canidae, is now extinct in Kansas. ...

Family Canidae
Onalaska Science Web HTML group. Each of the species in the ...

Canidae: Definition and Much More From
... The noun Canidae has one meaning: Meaning #1: dogs; wolves; jackals; foxes Synonym:
family Canidae. WordNet 1.7.1 Copyright © 2001 by Princeton University. ...

WOLVES :: Carnivorous mammals of the family Canidae that live and ...
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Animal Bytes: Wolf
... Wolves belong to the same family of animals as the dog you may have as a family
pet, the Canidae. Wolves are predators that hunt and eat other animals. ...

Family Canidae - Canids. Canis latrans - Coyotes. With the recent reintroduction
of gray wolves to the Yellowstone National Park ecosystem, an interesting ...

Scientifc information
... Family Canidae Adult Weight Comparisons Gray wolf (canis lupus) high average130(
60) low average 60(27) Red wolf (canis rufus) high average 80 (30) low average ...

InfoNatura Species Index: Family Canidae
InfoNatura Species Index: 1 - 16 of 16 records in family Canidae of order ... Mammalia,
Carnivora, Canidae. ... AMAJA01030, Canis lupus Gray Wolf, G4, LR, 2, Countries: MX ...

Canids (Canidae) - MavicaNET
... FAMILY : Canidae - English URL: ...
The thirty-five species of Canids include the wolves, jackals, foxes, cyotes ...

Canidae- Dog Family Trivia, Quizzes, Quiz Questions, Fun Facts ...
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Canidae Skulls
... Family Canidae is comprised of thirty-four species of wild dogs found throughout
the world. They range from small foxes, coyotes, and jackals to large wolves ...

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