The Mexican gray wolf is also known as the Mexcian wolf or "El Lobo". It is the smallest of the five gray wolf subspecies. They are also the most endangered mammal in North America and currently reside in Arizona and New... More »

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Gray wolves are highly versatile animals and thrive in a wide range of environments, including woodlands, tundra and desert regions. The gray wolf's current habitat includes Canada, Alaska, the Great Lakes, the northern ... 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 »

Gray wolves are being saved through a variety of conservation measures, such as new laws and wildlife preserves. However, to pass the necessary laws and establish preserves, there needs to be public support for the prese... More »

Gray wolves are highly versatile animals and thrive in a wide range of environments, including woodlands, tundra and desert regions. The gray wolf's current habitat includes Canada, Alaska, the Great Lakes, the northern ... 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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The gray wolf has very few predators. Since coyotes and wolves are territorial, other coyote or wolf packs may occasionally kill a young wolf. They also kill pups, which is why the mother wolf keeps them well hidden. More »