They are both the same kind of wolves, just two different names. The biggest wolves are the artic wolves (these are also gray and timber wolves, just with a different name). Artic wolves can weigh over 200 pounds.
No Grey wolves and timber wolves are not the same.
Grey wolves and Timber Wolves are the same.
There are only three species of wolves: gray wolf, Ethiopian wolf, and red wolf. Timber wolves are only a subspecies of gray wolves.
Canada have gray wolves but it is also known as a timber wolf so technically they have both but they are the same animal.
A Timber wolf and a Gray wolf are the same species, just with a different names. Timber wolves refer to a specific region, and Gray wolves is a more general term for all northern wolves. So it really depends which gray wolf you're looking at.
The timber wolf is a race of the gray wolf.
timber they have many colors from brown to red to gray & even black
Yes, in fact, the timber wolf is another name for the grey wolves. (wolves are awesome)- uh, no they are most certianly not! Timber wolves are just a little bit um.. well.. awesomer, I guess!
Timber wolves, also called gray wolves, live in forests. They eat rabbits, deer, rats, ect.
There are many species of wolves, red wolves, timber wolves, etc. A grey wolf belongs to these many species.
The eye color of Timber and Gray wolves' eyes is green. This depends on the parents' genes though, but mostly green or a blackish brown.
No, they are not! they have a different habitat, diet, etc.