Ethiopian Wolf: A Long Farewell

Less than 500 of these handsome animals remained on the planet, and this number is decreasing. This species is endemic to highlands of Ethiopia where it is under growing pressure through human population growth, infrastructure development and agriculture expansion. In the next decade this species may become extinct due to habitat loss and diseases. Photographing the last remaining Ethiopian Wolves is one of my long-term projects.
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Ethiopian Wolf, Keyrensa Valley, Bale Mountains, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Wolf, Keyrensa Valley, Bale Mountains, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Wolf, female, Keyrensa Valley, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis) by Arthur Tiutenko

Ethiopian Wolf, Web Valley

Ethiopian Wolf, Web Valley

Ethiopian Wolf, young animal running, Keyrensa Valley, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Wolf, young animal running, Keyrensa Valley, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Wolves, Keyrensa Valley, Ethiopia

Two Ethiopian Wolves with prey, Bale Mountains, Ethiopia (close-up shot with a wide-angle lens)

Pups, Sanetti Plateau

Pups, Sanetti Plateau


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