Wolf Species Index
The Gray Wolf is the one most people are familiar with. They can be all colors and range in size depending on where they happen to reside.
The Common Wolf is also known as the Gray Wolf. This is the type of wolf that most people are familiar with.
No other wolf in the world can offer the same coloring as the Arctic Wolf. It is very unique due to the location where it is found.
The name of the Red Wolf stems from the fact that they can have a reddish coat on them. It is often a cinnamon shade of red.
The reddish or light brown coloring of the Indian Wolf is part of the reason that many believe it to be a fox when they catch a glimpse of it in the wild.
The Himalayan Wolf is a subspecies of the Gray Wolf. This is a fairly new species to have been identified.
Due to the physical appearance of the Ethiopian Wolf it is often mistaken for either a fox or a jackal.