The Gray Wolf is a very mysterious type of canine. They can vary in colors, weight, and height. It depends on the sub species and their environment. They live in small packs with a dominant male, a few mature females, and the offspring.
The Gray Wolf is a very good hunter and they often hunt as a group on animals much larger than themselves. They are found in Alaska, Minnesota, Canada, and Russia. They feature a long coat of thick hair that allows them to live in cooler regions. They tend to hunt at night and to sleep in dens during the day.
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