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Gray wolves can vary in color from white to dark gray based on where they are found.
The gray wolf has a layer of dense underfur that insulates it against the cold temperatures of its habitat. When a female gray wolf digs its den, it digs downward, then upward to prevent flooding. This instinct was given to the wolf by its Creator.
Jackal, coyote, dingo, fox, domesticated dog
CLASS: Mammalia (mammal)
ORDER: Carnivora (meat-eating)
FAMILY: Canidae (dog kind)
GENUS/SPECIES: Canis lupus
Size: Between 3 and 6 ft (0.9–1.8 m),
with a tail of 14–22 in (0.4–0.6 m)
Weight: 50–115 lbs (23–52 kg); Males are larger than females
Original Diet: Plants
Present Diet: Mammals such as deer, moose, squirrels; birds and fish
Habitat: Arctic coast of Alaska and western Canada