Why is the gray wolf the most famous wolf?
Because its grey
No. The Grey wolf is a wolf reining in forested reigons. It's fur color can range from black, grey, orange, red, silver, white, etc. But the Arctic wolf is a breed that specifically lives in the Arctic, or colder climates. An Arctic wolf is a type of gray wolf, but not all gray wolves are Arctic wolves.
There are many species of wolves. Gray wolf: has most members of any wolf species. Red Wolf: Extremely endangered. Ethiopian Wolf: One of the rarest wolf species. Arabian wolf: Extremely endangered. Cascade Mountains Wolf: Unsure if any still survive. These are some of the species that are doing the worst except the Gray Wolf, they're doing just fine. No.
The easiest way to identify a wolf is on its eyes, they are golden brown and slightly green. Also their white patterns on their face (gray wolves this is) as a gray wolf will always have white spots up towards their ears. If you think you see a wolf from far away you might be able to see it on their straight back, it is not curved downwards as on, for example a German shepherd…
A pit bull COULD kill a gray wolf but it is more likely that if they tangled that the gray wolf would kill the pit bull. Keep in mind that wolves usually hunt in packs so it is unlikely a gray wolf would be alone. Also keep in mind that wolves are known to be able to take down animals as big as a moose so an itty-bitty pit bull would certainly be within the…
There is a single species of wolf but a number of subspecies. Some scientists state that the red wolf should be considered a separate species but most now agree it is a subspecies of the gray wolf. For a list of subspecies, click on this link.There are a few other canines called wolves, such as the maned wolf and the Ethiopian wolf, but they are not true wolves despite their common names.