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Lobos or the Mexican Wolf are the smallest of the Grey Wolves in North America. They are distinguished by their smaller, narrower skulls and its darker pelt, which is yellowish-gray and heavily clouded with black over the back and tail.
The Mexican wolf was held in high regard in Pre-Columbian Mexico, where it was considered a symbol of war and the Sun. In the city of Teotihuacan, it was common practice to crossbreed Mexican wolves with dogs in order to breed resistant, loyal but temperamental, and good guardians.