Canada States: Alaska, Idaho, Michigan. Mexican wolves are found in New Mexico and Arizona.
Large hoofed mammals. Beaver, rabbits and other small prey. Scavenger. Carrion
Height: 26-32 in. Lenght: 4.5-6.5 feet. Weight: 55-130 lbs. Lifespan: 7-8 years in wild.
Usually mate late winter. Locked into a copulatory tie which may last 5–36 minutes.
The Gray Wolf is a highly social animal. Move in packs. Are usually made up of 5-12 members. Always one pack leader. Pack leaders track and hunt prey, choose den sites, and establish the pack’s territory.
Virtually extinct in Europe. Wolves have been eradicated from much of their primary living areas. When they do make a kill, they eat all they can. Sometimes up to 15 lbs of flesh.