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- found: Web. 3 (wolves, pl. of wolf; wolf: any of various large predatory mammals of the genus Canis that resemble the related dogs ... esp. any of various forms of a species (C. lupus) ...)
- found: The American heritage dictionary of the English language, via WWW, Mar. 20, 2008 (wolf, plural wolves: 1a. Either of two carnivorous mammals of the family Canidae, especially the gray wolf of northern regions, that typically live and hunt in hierarchical packs and prey on livestock and game animals.)
- found: Wikipedia, Mar. 20, 2008 (under Gray wolf: The gray wolf is a member of the genus Canis, which comprises between 7 and 10 species. It is one of six species termed 'wolf', the others being the Red Wolf (Canis rufus), the Indian Wolf (Canis indica), the Himalayan wolf (Canis himalayaensis), the Eastern Canadian Wolf (Canis lycaon) and the Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis), although concerning a couple of these there is still some uncertainty as to whether they should be considered subspecies of Canis lupus or species in their own right.)
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- 2008-04-25: revised
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