Ontario researchers study wolf, coyote genetic ‘soup mix’

From Simcoe.com:

Many old-timer experts in the 1980s believed they could distinguish wolves and coyotes by their size, shape, profile, muzzle length, chest width, and tail position.

By 2000, new mitochondrial DNA analysis found there was a real genetic soup mix and you could no longer use these features. But some observers still don’t fully understand these canid genetic mixes.

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