I know of the gray, arctic, and red and u also have the timber wolf There is also a subspecies known as the Mexican wolf, though it is on the brink of extinction.
The reason why wolves live in the forest is because it said that wolves are the gardiens of the earth, and that they are here to protect it.
Grey wolves and coyotes, which are considered to be a species of wolf
No, there are many different kinds of wolves. Some live in arctic environments, some live in forests, some in mountains, etc. It depends on the kind of wolf.
Yes i am from north carolina, they only wolves that live here are red wolves, they live in the backwoods near the beach. Red wolves are smaller then a gray wolf, they look more kinda like a coyote.
There are a lot of carnivores that live in New Canaan. There are wolves, coyotes, and cats are in this group too.
I believe Germans and others live here. PS: Tyler is Hot!!
there's no reason why not - Someone who lives with wolves, called Shaun Ellis, gets on fine, but you would get a scratch here and there
Click here for a map of the range of the gray wolf.
Actually their is no type of wolf in Massachusetts's. Why, because they are extinct. Yes Grey wolves were spotted in Massachusetts many many years ago. The only wild dogs found in Massachusetts today are the Eastern coyote, Grey fox, and red fox.
The artic wolves live at the Artic :)
Yes. Wolves do live in Scotland.