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A wolfdog is a canine produced by the mating of a domestic dog Canis lupus familiaris with a gray wolf Canis lupus , eastern timber wolf Canis lycaon , red wolf Canis rufus , or Ethiopian wolf Canis simensis to produce a hybrid. There are a range of experts who believe that they can distinguish a wolf, a wolfdog and dog apart but have been proven to be incorrect when providing their evidence before courts of law. Such admixture in the wild have been detected in many populations scattered throughout Europe and North America, usually occurring in areas where wolf populations have declined from human impacts and persecutions. Admixture of dogs and two other North American wolf species have also occurred historically in the wild, although it is often difficult for biologists to discriminate the dog genes in the eastern timber and red wolves from the gray wolf genes also present in these wolf species due to their historical overlaps with North American gray wolves as well as with coyotes, both of which have introgressed into the eastern timber and red wolf gene pools. Whole genome sequencing has been used to study gene flow between wild and domestic species. There is evidence of widespread gene-flow from dogs into wolves populations, and very few deliberate crossings of wolves with dogs, such as the Sarloos wolfdog. However, the global dog population forms a genetic cluster with little evidence for gene flow from wolves into dogs.