Wolves are highly adaptable animals with habitats that stretch around the globe; however, they are most numerous in the United States, Canada and the Artic Russia. A new species of wolf called the Abyssinian wolf has bee... More »

Wolves live in a variety of biomes, so long as food is plentiful and the temperature is relatively cold. This includes Alaska, much of Canada, and a large portion of Russia, as well as some parts of Europe and even Afric... More »

Timber wolves, also known as gray wolves, live in North America, Europe, Asia and parts of North Africa. Eastern timber wolves, considered a separate species, are found only in southeast Canada. More »

Eskimos live in Arctic regions across the globe, mainly in Canada, Russia, Greenland, the Aleutian Islands and the United States. The term "Eskimo" is rarely used to describe people of these tribes anymore; instead, "Inu... More »

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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In the eastern United States, the gray fox's most common prey is the eastern cottontail, although it also feeds on birds, voles and shrews. Gray foxes in California feed primarily on rodents, as well as jackrabbits, brus... More »

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Although it is impossible to know exactly, there are probably between 150,000 and 200,000 gray wolves in the world, with the majority of them living in Canada and the United States. Approximately 50,000 gray wolves live ... More »