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Latin name: Canis familiaris. The Irish wolfhound is believed to have developed from the large hounds taken to Ireland by continental Celts around 1500 B.C. The Irish name for the breed is 'Cu Faoil', 'Cu' meaning 'bravery'.

Irish wolfhound, outdoors, head-shot, close-up

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Latin name: Canis familiaris. The Irish wolfhound is believed to have developed from the large hounds taken to Ireland by continental Celts around 1500 B.C. The Irish name for the breed is 'Cu Faoil', 'Cu' meaning 'bravery'.
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