RMW7NRJA–European Wolf (Canis lupus) alpha male in meadow. Finland, July.
RM2F2P6W9–North American raccoon, Procyon lotor, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
RMB3KAGD–Closeup portrait of coyote Note Captive subject
RMCWGHA8–European Red Fox (vulpes vulpes)
RF2H566CF–Brown dog, lying on a wooden bench, with its chin propped up.
RMP8P2B7–Portrait of of gray wolf.
RF2DBXNHP–Wild dogs in the Kruger National Park in South Africa
RFT3MENM–The polar wolf is a dangerous predatory animal. The wolf sleeps in his hole. Zoo, summer.
RF2BYBH8F–Grey wolf profile against big rock background, focused on something in front of him, warm light in golden hour
RMCR1R5H–Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus) yawning after nap at edge of Hudson Bay, Canada.
RFJPMW0T–Canine Capers / World of Dog
RMMMB60H–Bush dog (Speothos venaticus) canid native to Central and South America, standing on log in stream
RMMFF8MW–Arctic Fox Alopex lagopus, Alkefjellet, Svalbard Islands, Norway
RMF4RJ7C–Germany, red fox, fox, predator, canids, European fox, Vulpes vulpes, foxes, young, fox, Germany
RM2AD2PJD–European Hare, natural predators include birds of prey and canids and felids
RMW65TKE–Gray Wolf, young, Pine County, Minnesota, USA, North America, (Canis lupus)
RMRBY2A9–Vizsla Dog (Canis Familiaris) Sniffing in Park Alongside Log
RMAR47YR–Two coyotes fighting in snow
RMW7N2AP–Airedale Terrier dog portrait
RM2F2P7AE–Eurasian wolf, Canis lupus lupus, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
RMB509PT–The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is a mammal of the order Carnivora.
RMCX5NNT–Grey Wolf (canis lupus)
RM2CPX9EC–Coyote (Canis latrans)- Walking shoreline of the Chilko River, Chilcotin Wilderness, BC Interior, Canada
RMP8P2B6–Gray wolf staring attentively at the photographer
RFJ7M6HG–grey fox / Urocyon Cineroargenteus/ Fox / Canid / USA
RMRPPB1M–Rough haired collie
RFM7TBF0–Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) in The Pyrenees Spain in it's full winter coat.
RMCR1RF6–Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus) among ice-covered rocks, Hudson Bay coast, Canada.
RFJPMWYA–Canine Capers / World of Dog
RMMMB60G–Bush dog (Speothos venaticus) canid native to Central and South America, drinking water from pond
RMJGN3E3–Wolf at the edge of a forest
RME7P2FW–Badger, Meles meles, canids, predators, martens, mustelidae, great martens, predator, European badger, animal, Germany
RM2ABGFTR–Rotfuchs,animal, animals, beast of prey, beasts of prey, Blick in Kamera, Blick zur Kamera, Blickkontakt, canids, carnivore, carnivores, ein Tier, ein
RMW65TK9–Gray Wolf, youngs, cubs, Pine County, Minnesota, USA, North America, (Canis lupus)
RMRBY2B2–Vizsla Dog (Canis Familiaris) Sniffing in Park
RM2GD4XAC–The European hare (Lepus europaeus), also known as the brown hare, is a species of hare native to Europe and parts of Asia. It is among the largest hare species and is adapted to temperate, open country. Hares are herbivorous and feed mainly on grasses and herbs, supplementing these with twigs, buds, bark and field crops, particularly in winter. Their natural predators include large birds of prey, canids and felids. They rely on high-speed endurance running to escape predation, having long, powerful limbs and large nostrils. From the book ' A hand-book to the British mammalia ' by Richard Lyd
RMW7NRJJ–European Wolf (Canis lupus) alpha female on grassland. Finland, July.
RM2F2P6P7–North American raccoon, Procyon lotor, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
RFM5BXA0–Chilean fox in the Atacama desert, northern Chile
RMCX5NRR–Grey Wolf (canis lupus)
RM2CPXAW1–Coyote (Canis latrans)- Walking shoreline of the Chilko River, Chilcotin Wilderness, BC Interior, Canada
RMP8JJR9–red foxes in landscape
RFP76AM2–Mascot icon illustration set of heads of terriers and wolves or canids, like the Affenpinscher dog or Monkey Terrier, coyote, wolf, coydog or wild do
RMMN9F1A–Rough Haired Collie
RFM7TBFA–Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) in The Pyrenees Spain in it's full winter coat.
RMCR1RG6–Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus) pair courtship, Hudson Bay, Canada.
RFJPMW9T–Canine Capers / World of Dog
RMMMB60N–Bush dog (Speothos venaticus) canid native to Central and South America, standing on log in stream
RMHYHY99–Maned wolves are living in the grasslands of South America (Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and rarely Uruguay). The maned wolf is the tallest of the wild canids with a weight of 23kg and stands 90cm tall at the shoulder, has a head-body length of 100 cm with the tail adding another 45 cm.
RME7P2FT–Badger, Meles meles, canids, predators, martens, mustelidae, great martens, predator, European badger, animal, Germany
RM2ABGFPR–Rotfuchs,animal, animals, beast of prey, beasts of prey, Blick in Kamera, Blick zur Kamera, Blickkontakt, canids, carnivore, carnivores, ein Tier, ein
RMP7CM94–Dingo, adult resting, Cuddlly Creek, South Australia, Australia, (Canis familiaris dingo)
RMRBY2BD–Labrador Retriever Dog Walking in Park (Canis Familiaris)
RM2HH74HG–Head of a Canid, possibly a Jackal 664–332 B.C. Late Period The classification of wild canids, for instance, the Egyptian jackal, Canis lupaster, and the wild dog living at the margins of the Egyptian desert, causes problems even for zoologists. It is not surprising, therefore, that the ancient Egyptians did not distinguish particular canid species in their representations of gods, such as the necropolis god Anubis; Duamutef, one of the four sons of Horus; or Wepwawet, the god of Asyut, a town in Middle Egypt. This sensitively modeled plaster head could have served to depict any of these deiti
RMW7PM5R–Australian Dingo (Canis lupus dingo) South Australia, Australia
RM2F2P78K–Eurasian wolf, Canis lupus lupus, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
RFM5BXAB–Chilean fox in the Atacama desert, northern Chile
RMCX5NB2–Grey Wolf (canis lupus) yawning
RM2CPXA3E–Coyote (Canis latrans)- Walking shoreline of the Chilko River, Chilcotin Wilderness, BC Interior, Canada
RM2A2MGTJ–Dusicyon canescens, Print, Dusicyon is an extinct genus of South American canids. The type species is Dusicyon australis, the Falkland Islands wolf. In 1914, Oldfield Thomas established this genus, in which he included the culpeo and other South American foxes. These other canids were removed to Lycalopex by Langguth in 1975. Dusicyon avus, widely distributed in the late Pleistocene from Uruguay through Buenos Aires Province to southernmost Chile, is the closest known relative of the Falkland Islands wolf; the two lineages split only about 16, 000 years ago. It died out in the late Holocene
RFP7927X–Mascot icon illustration set of heads of terriers and wolves or canids, like the Affenpinscher dog or Monkey Terrier, coyote, wolf, coydog or wild do
RM2F4BP4K–Once the commonest predator with the widest global distribution the Grey Wolf has been mercilessly persecuted by man and needs intense conservation
RMAPM380–Coyote Canis latrans Pups at den site Montana USA
RMCR1PKN–Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus) dozing in snowstorm at edge of Hudson Bay, Canada.
RFJPMX0C–Canine Capers / World of Dog
RMMMB608–Bush dog (Speothos venaticus) canid native to Central and South America