Length: 3 - 5 ft. (excluding tail)
Weight: 30 - 120 lbs.
Location: Northern North America, Western Greenland, Asia and Europe
Habitat: Deciduous forests, Coniferous forests, Alpine and arctic regions
Physical Description: Males and females have fur ranging in color from white, brown, Gray (obviously), black, and sometimes a red-brown.
Diet: Mainly Moose and Caribou
Behavior: They form packs of 8 to 12, scent-marking well patrolled territories . Most of the time, there is a single pair in the pack that breeds, so that the others can hunt, fight, and guard their territory. Since they hunt in packs, Gray Wolves can easily take on prey 10 times larger than them.
Breeding: The breeding season for Gray Wolves is January to April, the breeding female gives birth to between 3 and 7 pups. They suckle them for around 3 to 5 weeks, before the parents give them regurgitated meat. In 3 to 5 months, the pups should be ready to travel with the rest of the pack. However, in a few months, some of the young wolves may have decided to leave the pack.
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