In reaction to this ask: I think anon was talking about this documentary: “Fauna Iberica”. I remembered I saw it somewhere. Luckily I knew this spanish docu.
I took screens with this wolf from the docu, maybe not the best quality, but it’s kinda visible that the wolf has different eyes indeed. I don’t know Spanish, but it seems the wolves in this series are pure blood. It’s interesting. Seems like wolves, while it’s not normal, may have different eyes.
Holy sh*t, this is one of the most beautiful wolves I have ever seen! Iberian wolves (Canis lupus signatus) are one of my favourite wolf subspecies, and these eyes are just mesmerizing! I know what documentary is next on my “to watch”-list, lol
Both the brown and the pale green are normal eye colours for Iberian wolves (having two green eyes or two brown eyes, that is). Heterochromia (different coloured eyes) is a genetic defect that can appear in wolf breeds as well, though like I said I’ve never seen a wolf with two different coloured eyes, so thank you so much for showing me this!