Currently, 2000–3000 Indian grey wolves survive in India, mainly in Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and Karnataka. They occupy grasslands, scrublands and agro-forestry landscapes. It is also seen in West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand, but not much is known about its distribution there.
Do wolves attack humans?
From the small number of documented attacks, it can be concluded that the vast majority of wolves do not pose any threat to human safety. … Most of the unprovoked attacks by healthy wild wolves that have occurred were caused by wolves that became fearless of humans due to habituation.
Are there wolves in Indian jungle?
“The wolf in India is the same species as the ones in Minnesota, Canada, or anywhere.” Listed as “least concern” by the IUCN, wolves are doing OK in India, where they live scattered across more rural areas of the country. What they are not doing, however, is raising human babies.