How Big Do Wolves Get?


The Gray wolf can grow up to 80 inches in length, 40 inches in height and weigh around 130 pounds. The Eastern Timber wolf can be almost 6 feet in length, 40 inches long and weigh up to 100 pounds.
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Wolves get up to 24 to 37 inches in height, and can weigh between 55 and 85 lbs. It all depends on the type of wolf. There are North American, Arabian, and European wolves, just to name a few.
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