This 12 August 2015 video is called African golden wolf.
Another video, no longer on Youtube, used to say about itself:
DNA analysis: The African golden jackal is a WOLF
1 August 2015
Golden jackals of Africa and Eurasia are two distantly related species.
This is according to new DNA analysis carried on both of the lineages.
Lineage of new species split from that of gray wolves 1.3 million years ago.
The Eurasian golden jackal lineage split about 600,000 years earlier.
From Wildlife Extra:
New Golden Jackal species discovered
For the first time in 150 years a new canid species has been discovered in Africa, by scientists from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
The Golden Jackal of Africa (Canis aureus) has long been considered the same species as the Golden Jackals distributed throughout Eurasia, with the nearest source populations in the Middle East.
However, recent research indicates that they are actually two different species and that some African Golden Jackals aligned more closely to Gray Wolves (Canis lupus).
This is surprising given the absence of Gray Wolves in Africa and the phenotypic divergence between the two species.
The DNA results of the study provide consistent and robust evidence that populations of Golden Jackals from Africa and Eurasia should be recognised as two separate and distinct species, and it has been suggested that the Eurasian species should be named Eurasian Golden Jackal.
Genome-wide Evidence Reveals that African and Eurasian Golden Jackals Are Distinct Species: here.
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