This is a video of the Ethiopian Wolf taken from the BBC's new "Life" documentary series.

The Ethiopian wolf (Canis simensis) is a canid native to the Ethiopian Highlands. It is similar to the coyote in size and build, and is distinguished by its long and narrow skull, and its red and white fur.

Unlike most large canids, which are widespread, generalist feeders, the Ethiopian wolf is a highly specialised feeder of Afroalpine rodents with very specific habitat requirements.

It is the world's rarest canid, and Africa's most endangered carnivore. 

The species' current range is limited to seven isolated mountain ranges at altitudes of 3,000–4,500m, with the overall adult population estimated at 360-440 individuals in 2011, more than half of them in the Bale Mountains.


Responses to "What is a day in the life of an Ethiopian Wolf like? (VIDEO)"

  1. Unknown says:

    Another great Attenborough video

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