Tibetan wolf is a sub-species of the grey wolf, found in the Himalayas and the Trans-Himalayan region. They are much larger than their peninsular counterparts. Their range overlaps with that of Himalayan wolf, purportedly a separate species Canis himalayansis. The assessment made here is for both these taxa combined.
Population Trend: stable IUCN • least concern CITES • appendix I WLPA • schedule I