Asked in Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened SpeciesWolves
A fact about a gray wolf?
December 09, 2013 2:00PM
The gray wolf is the largest wild canid, weighing up to 150
pounds. It also has the largest range, from North America to Asia.
There are several races, but all are gray wolves. See IUCN Redlist
for a list of races.
They are the most widely ranged animal. They can be found in Portugal, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Italy, Romania, Greece, Balkans, Poland, Finland, Israel, Saudi Arabia, China, Mongolia, Mexico City, California, Rocky Mt., Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, Egypt, Apache National Forest in Arizona, Libya, Ethiopia, and Eastern Europe.
It can kill a grizzly bear
They are known for having 7times better hearing than us
When they are born they are red
They only heav 3 moler teath