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Edward's wolf (Canis edwardii or Aenocyon edwardii) is a medium-sized species of wild dog which was endemic to most of North America from the Late Blancan stage of the Pliocene epoch through to the Irvingtonian stage of the Pleistocene epoch, living 2.3 million years ago —300,000 years ago and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and reintroduced to the modern forests, open woodlands, and grasslands of North America to help boost biodiversity. Edward's wolves are adaptable across a broad range of habitats of North America including the plains, grasslands, and some forested mountain areas. The Edward's wolf is around the size of a coyote and weigh between 35-40 Ib (16-18 kg). The conservation status of the Edward's wolf is Vulnerable due to habitat loss and historic poaching, however, the conservationists have worked their best in protecting this species, allowing this species to make a comeback.

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