Gray Wolf Habits

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Gray wolves originally had the most distribution, except for humans, but what happened to them? Where did they go? Hundreds of wolves died because people thought they were dangerous, so when they saw them they sadly shot them. It’s actually there’s a better chance that a meteorite would hit you than a wolf killing you!

Adult male wolf’s average 95-100 pounds, while adult female average 80-85 pounds. A male body length averages from 5-6 1/2 feet from nose to tail tip, and average of 4 1/2- 6 feet. Most have a height of between 26 to 32 inches. The gray wolf colors can be white with gray, brown, black, cream-color, tawny, and some all black or white.

A gray wolf's diet is deer and meat they hunt in packs. They mostly eat

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