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The Himalayan wolf (Canis lupus chanco) is a canine of debated taxonomy. It is distinguished by its genetic markers, with mitochondrial DNA indicating that it is genetically basal to the Holarctic grey wolf, genetically the same wolf as the Tibetan wolf, and has an association with the African golden wolf (Canis lupaster). No striking morphological differences are seen between the wolves from the Himalayas and those from Tibet. The Himalayan wolf lineage can be found living in the Himalayas, the Tibetan Plateau, and the Central Asian highlands predominantly above 4,000 m in elevation because it has adapted to a low-oxygen environment, compared with other wolves that are found only at lower elevations.

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  • ذئب الهيمالايا
  • Canis himalayensis
  • Canis himalayensis
  • Himalayan wolf
  • Canis himalayensis
  • Wilk himalajski
  • Lobo-do-himalaia
  • Canis lupus chanco
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  • ذئب الهيمالايا (الاسم العلمي: Canis himalayensis) من الأنواع المهددة بالانقراض، تحاليل الحمض النووي تشير إلى أن ذئب الهيمالايا يختلف وراثياً عن الذئب التبتي (الاسم العلمي: Canis lupus chanco) لذا تم إضافة كلمة himalayensis تمييزاً له. لكن المتخصصون في دراسة الذئاب في الاتحاد الدولي لحفظ الطبيعة يعتبرونه ذئباً تبتياً لذا فهو نوع فرعي من الذئب الرمادي. حالياً يوجد 350 فرداً من ذئب الهيمالاياً تتوزع في 70،000 كيلومتر مربع (27،000 ميل مربع) في الأراضي التي تمتد فيها سلسلة جبال الهيمالايا، فهي متكيفة لتعيش في المناطق الباردة.
  • Canis lupus himalayensis désigne une sous-espèce de ''canis lupus'' vivant en Inde. Cette population a longtemps rattachée au loup iranien (Canis lupus pallipes) mais des études récentes suggèrent qu'il constitue une sous-espèce à part entière, de même que Canis lupus indica. Ce loup est persécuté et est en voie de disparition.
  • Il lupo himalayano, ritenuto originariamente una forma di lupo tibetano, potrebbe trattarsi di una distinta specie di canide, Canis himalayensis. È originario di una piccola zona dell'India settentrionale (Jammu e Kashmir ed Himachal Pradesh e del Nepal orientale, sui monti dell'Himalaya. Le ricerche sul DNA hanno suggerito che questo lupo potrebbe rappresentare (insieme al lupo indiano un'antica linea di lupi rimasti isolati in India. Il lupo himalayano ha una popolazione di soli 350 esemplari, ma se ne trovano anche altri 21 in zoo dell'India e del Bangladesh .
  • Wilk himalajski (Canis himalayensis) – gatunek drapieżnego ssaka z rodziny psowatych (Canidae). Ten pierwotny, mały wilk tworzy niewielką populację na terenie północnych Indii w Himalajach, na obszarze Dżammu i Kaszmiru, Himachal Pradesh oraz we wschodnim Nepalu. Wilk ten należy do osobnej linii wilków tworzących nowy gatunek, która powstała na terenie Indii przybywając tam około 800 tys. lat temu podczas migracji przodków wilków. Obecnie na wolności żyje 320, a w indyjskich ogrodach zoologicznych 21 osobników tego gatunku.
  • Canis lupus chanco (лат.) — подвид волка обитающий в Гималаях.
  • El lobo del Himalaya (Canis himalayensis) es una especie de mamífero carnívoro propuesta para identificar a un cánido en serios peligros de extinción distinto del lobo gris (Canis lupus), pero que originalmente se creía que pertenecía al grupo del lobo tibetano (Canis lupus chanco), subespecie del lobo.
  • The Himalayan wolf (Canis lupus chanco) is a canine of debated taxonomy. It is distinguished by its genetic markers, with mitochondrial DNA indicating that it is genetically basal to the Holarctic grey wolf, genetically the same wolf as the Tibetan wolf, and has an association with the African golden wolf (Canis lupaster). No striking morphological differences are seen between the wolves from the Himalayas and those from Tibet. The Himalayan wolf lineage can be found living in the Himalayas, the Tibetan Plateau, and the Central Asian highlands predominantly above 4,000 m in elevation because it has adapted to a low-oxygen environment, compared with other wolves that are found only at lower elevations.
  • O lobo-do-himalaia (Canis lupus chanco é um canino cuja taxonomia ainda é debatida. Ele é distinguido pelos seus marcadores genéticos, com o DNA mitocondrial indicando que é geneticamente basal para o lobo-cinzento holoártico, é geneticamente o mesmo animal que o lobo tibetano e tem uma associação com o lobo-dourado-africano (Canis anthus. Não há diferenças morfológicas marcantes entre os lobos do Himalaia e os do Tibete. A linhagem do lobo-do-himalaia pode ser encontrada vivendo no Himalaia e no Planalto Tibetano predominantemente acima de 4 000 metros de altitude, porque ela se adaptou a um ambiente com baixo nível de oxigênio, comparado com outros lobos que são encontrados somente em elevações menores.
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