Three Hundred Year-Old Mystery of the Falkland Islands 'Wolf' May Have Been Solved by Geneticists

The origin of the enigmatic Falkland Islands ‘wolf’ (FIW) — first observed by European explorers in the late 17th century — may have been determined at last by geneticists working from a fragment of a skull bone preserved by none other than Charles Darwin. The animal is actually a genus of canid called Dusicyon (Dusicyon