The typical size of a gray wolf is between 41 and 63 inches long and 32 to 34 inches high at the shoulder. Male wolves are a bit larger than females. More »

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Grey wolves live in a wide range of habitats, including tundras, woodlands, deserts and grasslands. The scientific name for a grey wolf is Canis lupus. Females usually weigh 60-100 pounds and males usually weigh 70-145. ... More »

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Arctic wolves are a subspecies of the grey wolf, originally native to the northern hemisphere north of 15 degrees north latitude. Behaviorally they are identical to other grey wolves. Arctic wolves live in packs ranging ... More »

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The gray wolf is at the top of its food chain and serves as an alpha predator with no natural enemies or direct competitors once it reaches its adult size. Wolves hunt in packs and can bring down game much larger than th... More »

The gray wolf slightly resembles a large German shepherd, and its coat color is typically a mixture of gray, white and brown, though some wolves have solid coat colors of white, brown and black. Wolves are 3 to 5 feet lo... More »

The red wolf is one of only two species of wolves, the other species being its bigger cousin, the gray wolf. A wolf eats up to 20 pounds of food in one meal. Red wolves eat small mammals, such as rabbits, rodents and dee... More »

The gray wolf is a wild canine that lives throughout much of northern North America and the Rocky Mountains. Its coat is usually a shade of gray with brown mixed in, although some individuals are solid black or white. Gr... More »

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