What Do Wolves Look like?


Wolves have broad faces with rounded ears that stand up straight and are filled with fur. They also have narrow set eyes, long noses and coats that range from pitch black to white although most have a brown or golden colour.
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Most of them look something like this (above). Although, they come in a wide variety of colors, shades and patterns, so many of them look like one of the wolves below. There are other
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae Genus: Canis
Wolves are carnivorous mammals in the genus Canis, which also includes coyotes, jackals, and domesticated dogs. There are 3 living species referred to as wolves, the most common being Canis lupus, the gray wolf.
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Wolves look much like a regular domesticated house dog. They are typically 5-6 feet long, weigh about 90 pounds and are typically grey, brown, white or black colored.
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