WOLF .—Size 50X25 in . Is closely allied to the
See also:dog tribe and, like the jackals, is found through a wide range of the
See also:world,—North and South
See also:Europe and
See also:Asia .
See also:Good supplies are available from
See also:North America and
See also:Siberia and a very few from
See also:China . The best are the full furred ones of a very
See also:pale bluish-
See also:grey with
See also:fine flowing black top hair, which are obtained from the Hudson
See also:district . Those from the
See also:United States and Asia are harsher in quality and browner . A few black
See also:American specimens come into the market, but usually the quality is poor compared to the lighter furred animal . The Siberian is smaller than the North American and the
See also:Russian still smaller . Besides the wolf propera large number of
See also:prairie or dog wolves from America and Asia are used for cheaper rugs . In
See also:size they are less than
See also:half that of a large wolf and are of a motley sandy
See also:colour . Numbers of the Russian are retained for home use . The finest wolves are very
See also:light weighted and most suitable for
See also:carriage aprons, in fact, ideal for the purpose, though lacking the strength of some other furs . Wolves . value 2s .
6d. to 64s . Dog wolves . Is. to 2s . 6d .
ROGER WOLCOTT (1679-1767)
WOLF (Canis lupus)
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