Gray wolves live in regions along the Arctic coast of northern Alaska. They are also found in northern Europe and Asia, the northern arctic regions, and parts of Russia. However, they have been seen on Wrangle Island.
Like all wolves, gray wolves are carnivorous. They primarily eat wapiti, deer, moose, caribou, musk ox, and deer. An adult gray wolf can eat up to 20 pounds in just one feeding.
The gray wolf is from 50 to 64 in length. Males weigh 85 to 176 pounds, females from 80 to 120 pounds. Although their coat color varies, they typically have light colored coats, like whites, and rarely come in dark coats, including black.
Birth & Growth
When wolf pups are born, they are completely blind and deaf, and have very little sense of smell. They grow from 2.6 to around 3.3 pounds the first 14 weeks after they are born. There are normally around 4 and 6 pups in a litter. At the age of around 11 days, the wolf pups will get part of their eyesight, and they will become more vocal, and will be able to sort of walk around. At around 10 weeks, they will start learning to hunt, also some strategies that are helpful for their futures.