A wolf habitat can be found at Yellowstone National Park, which is located in northern Wyoming. Wolf habitats can also be found in Alaska, northern Michigan, northern Wisconsin and northern Idaho. Western Montana, northe... More »

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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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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 Arctic wolf's habitat is the Arctic tundra where the wolf lives in peace due to the isolation of the area from humans. The Arctic wolf, unlike many of its relatives, such as the gray wolf, is not in an endangered sta... More »

There are approximately 13,135 to 16,635 grey wolves and approximately 90 to 110 red wolves living in the United States. The biggest population of grey wolves is in Alaska, where approximately 7,700 to 11,200 wolves resi... More »

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There is no designated term for a male wolf. In terms of canines and breeding, a male can be called a sire while a female is called a bitch. More »

A young wolf is called a pup. The average number of pups born at once is between four and six. This is the litter, and the siblings are called litter mates. More »

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