Wolves as endangered as tigers in India; only 3,100 left

From The Times of India:

DEHRADUN: The first scientific population estimate of Indian peninsular wolves (canis lupus pallipes), known to be more to be more than a million years older than all other wolf species in the world, has revealed that only 3,100 members of the species are left in the country. This makes them almost as endangered as tigers, whose estimated population in the country is around 2,967.

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