Red wolves are at great risk of extinction. They need our protection just as gray wolves do. Please help us stop the war on wolves.

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Red wolves are shy, elusive, misunderstood predators. Until the 1800s, they were common in the longleaf pine savannas and deciduous forests of the southeastern United States. But red wolves were nearly annihilated by habitat degradation, persecution, and interbreeding with the coyote. Today, reintroduced red wolves are found only on peninsular northeastern North Carolina within less than one percent of their former historic range.

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Red Wolves are a siblings of Gray Wolves, but they are smaller in size. Now, they live in North Carolina, towards the N. East, where there's only 200 of them left.

Red Wolf/This wolf is a smaller and a more slender cousin of the gray wolf, historically ranging from southeasternRed Wolf United States to Florida and Texas. Now, their home is the million acres throughout northeastern North Carolina.

Red wolf cub

Outstanding photographer Tambako the Jaguar captured pictures of Zoo Zurich's new wolf cubs earlier this summer. The Grey Wolf and its subspecies once ranged over most of North America, Europe and Asia but have been pushed to the northern boundaries.

The red fox lives along side wolves, coyotes and all the other animals. Serving as a balance in nature to culling out the weak or sick or just larger numbers of all sorts of animals.

The swift fox (Vulpes velox) is a adorable small light orange-tan fox around the size of a domestic cat found in the western grasslands of North America.

"The gray wolf (Canis lupus lycaon), also known as the timber wolf, is the largest wild member of the dog family. Found in parts of North America, gray wolves are making a comeback in the Great Lakes, northern Rockies and Southwestern United States." CREDIT: Kramer, Gary | U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, via Live Science

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Red Fox by Kevin Smith & Family

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