Name: Red wolf (canis lupus rufus)
Habitat: used to live in North America and is now reintroduced in North California mainly in the forests, the swamps and the coastal prairies.
The red wolf is the cousin of the grey wolf. It is a canid. Its natural habitat is Texas, Florida and New York.
It’s an endangered species. Because it eats pigs and rabbits, it is killed by ranchers and farmers. People have cleared forest and have eliminated their habitats too. So in 1980 it was extinct in the wild but since then it has been reintroduced by a population in the North California.