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The Hokkaido wolf (Canis lupus hattai), also known as the Ezo wolf (Japanese: エゾオオカミ(蝦夷狼)ー, Hepburn: Ezo Ōkami) and in Russia as the Sakhalin wolf, is an extinct subspecies of gray wolf that once inhabited coastal north-east Asia. Its nearest relatives were the wolves of North America rather than Asia. It was exterminated in Hokkaido during the Meiji Restoration period, when American-style agricultural reforms incorporated the use of strychnine-laced baits to kill livestock predators. Some taxonomists believe that it survived up until 1945 on the island of Sakhalin. It was one of two subspecies that were once found in the Japanese archipelago, the other being the Japanese wolf (C. l. hodophilax).

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  • Canis lupus hattai
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  • Lobo-de-hokkaido
  • Японский волк
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  • Canis lupus hattai és una subespècie extinta del llop (Canis lupus. que habitava a Hokkaido, Sakhalín, Kamtxatka i les illes Kurils. Menjava cérvols, conills i aus.Un gran nombre de cérvols hi va morir de fam l'any 1878 a causa d'una forta nevada i això, conjuminat amb el fet que els agricultors enverinaven els llops amb estricnina per considerar-los una amenaça pel seu bestiar, va conduir finalment a la seva extinció el 1889.
  • Vlk ostrovní (latinsky Canis lupus hattai, anglicky Hokkaido wolf), také známý jako vlk Ezo a v Rusku jako sachalinský vlk, je zaniklý poddruh vlka obecného (Canis lupus), který kdysi obýval pobřeží severovýchodní Asie. Jeho nejbližší příbuzní byli spíše vlci Severní Ameriky než Asie. Poslední jedinci byli vyhubeni na ostrově Hokkaidó během reforem Meidži, kdy se začaly používat strychninové návnady k zabíjení dravců ohrožujících dobytek.
  • Le Loup d'Hokkaido (Canis lupus hattai = Canis lupus rex) est une sous-espèce éteinte de loup de l'espèce Canis lupus ayant vécu sur l'île d'Hokkaido au Japon.
  • Serigala Hokkaidō, dikenal di Jepang sebagai Serigala Ezo (エゾオオカミ(蝦夷狼) Ezo Ōkami, Canis lupus hattai), adalah subspesies Canis lupus di Jepang yang telah punah. Spesies ini endemik terhadap pulau Hokkaidō. Serigala ini punah pada masa restorasi Meiji. Serigala ini akhirnya punah akibat gangguan terhadap habitat dan pemusnahan oleh manusia. Beberapa penampakan serigala Hokkaido telah dilaporkan, tetapi kebenarannya tidak dapat dipastikan.
  • The Hokkaido wolf (Canis lupus hattai), also known as the Ezo wolf (Japanese: エゾオオカミ(蝦夷狼)ー, Hepburn: Ezo Ōkami) and in Russia as the Sakhalin wolf, is an extinct subspecies of gray wolf that once inhabited coastal north-east Asia. Its nearest relatives were the wolves of North America rather than Asia. It was exterminated in Hokkaido during the Meiji Restoration period, when American-style agricultural reforms incorporated the use of strychnine-laced baits to kill livestock predators. Some taxonomists believe that it survived up until 1945 on the island of Sakhalin. It was one of two subspecies that were once found in the Japanese archipelago, the other being the Japanese wolf (C. l. hodophilax).
  • エゾオオカミ(蝦夷狼、学名:Canis lupus hattai)は、北海道に分布していたタイリクオオカミの亜種。
  • 北海道狼(學名:Canis lupus hattai),日本稱 蝦夷狼,俄羅斯稱 薩哈林狼,是一個已滅絕的狼亞種,曾分佈於日本北海道島、俄羅斯薩哈林島及千島群島一帶。由於棲息地被人類開發,並因威脅家畜而遭農民大量毒殺,同時被家畜散播的狂犬病和犬瘟熱病毒傳染,北海道狼於 1889 年滅絕,後由日本學者(英文:Kyukichi Kishida)在 1931 年將其命名為獨立的狼亞種。 北海道狼是生活在日本的兩個狼亞種之一,另一個亞種為本州狼,分佈於本州、四國和九州。在日本,狼曾被人們當做守護神崇拜,有供奉狼的祠廟和不少關於狼的民間傳說。隨着日本逐漸步入現代化,狼不再被尊崇,而是由開拓使懸賞獵殺。繼北海道狼滅絕後,本州狼也在 1905 年滅絕。儘管這兩個狼亞種的分佈區域相鄰,但在形態上,本州狼是最小的狼之一,北海道狼則恰恰相反,它的另一個學名為 Canis lupus rex,由英國學者波科克(Pocock)根據大英博物馆收藏的北海道狼標本在 1935 年命名,該名稱正是指其體型碩大。遺傳學研究顯示,本州狼來自東北亞大陸,從薩哈林島沿大陸橋進入日本,而北海道狼卻來自北美洲,其線粒體 DNA 与北美狼完全相同。學界推測,北海道狼約在 9300 年前從北美狼中分化而來,抵達日本的時間晚於本州狼,距今不足 1.4 萬年,當時的津輕海峽已有 3 km 宽,阻止了北海道狼進入本州岛。
  • Японский волк или шаману (лат. Canis lupus hattai, яп. 蝦夷狼 , Ezo-ōkami) — один из двух вымерших подвидов обыкновенного волка (Canis lupus), обитавших на островах Японии. В принятой классификации этот термин относится к волку Хоккайдо или волку Эдзо, обитавшему на острове Хоккайдо. Второй подвид — хондосский японский волк (Canis lupus hodophilax) или волк Хонсю.
  • Der Hokkaidō-Wolf (Canis lupus hattai), auch Ezo-Wolf (jap. エゾオオカミ, Ezo-Ōkami) genannt, war eine Unterart des Wolfes und wird gelegentlich gemeinsam mit dem Honshū-Wolf als Japanischer Wolf bezeichnet. Der Hokkaidō-Wolf gilt heute ebenso wie der Honshū-Wolf als ausgestorben. Sein Verbreitungsgebiet umfasste die japanische Insel Hokkaidō (Ezo), die er bis zur Mitte der Meiji-Periode bewohnte.
  • Il lupo di Hokkaido (Canis lupus hattai Kishida, 1931, noto in Giappone come lupo ezo (エゾオオカミ(蝦夷狼) Ezo Ōkami?, è una delle due sottospecie estinte di Canis lupus note in passato col nome collettivo di lupo del Giappone. L'altra è il lupo di Honshū. Questo lupo, endemico del Giappone, viveva sull'isola di Hokkaidō. Era più grande della sottospecie di Honshū e le sue dimensioni si avvicinavano a quelle di un normale lupo grigio. Da allora, ogni tanto, si innalzano presunte voci di avvistamenti di questo animale, ma nessuna di queste è stata mai confermata (vedi criptozoologia.
  • Canis lupus hattai is een ondersoort van de wolf (Canis lupus) die sinds 1889 is uitgestorven. Samen met Canis lupus hodophilax, uitgestorven sinds 1905, wordt deze ondersoort ook wel Japanse wolf genoemd. Het voedsel van de wolf bestond voornamelijk uit herten, konijnen en vogels. Beide soorten vertoonden eilanddwerggroei, wat inhoudt dat door de beperkte ruimte en beschikbaarheid aan voedsel de gemiddelde grootte van de soort afneemt. Canis lupus hattai was echter groter dan Canis lupus hodophilax.
  • O lobo-de-hokkaido (Canis lupus hattai, também conhecido com Lobo Ezo, é uma das subespécies de Canis lupus extinta. Este lobo habitava na ilha de Hokkaido, no Japão, de onde era endêmico. A subespécie foi considerada oficialmente extinta em 1889. A extinção do Lobo Ezo se deve a uma série de fatores, dos quais estão, a expansão da pecuária, a redução de seu habitat natural, o extermínio por parte dos humanos e as doenças contagiosas, como a Raiva.
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