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WOLVES: These carnivores and nocturnal mammals related to the dog family. Gray wolves are the most common measuring 4 to 6 feet in length and can weigh up to 170 pounds. Wolves are social creatures living and hunting in packs of 6 to 10 animals. The pack leader, called an alpha male, and his female mate are the only two wolves that produce any wolf pups. Wolves are known for their distinctive howls in which they communicate with the pack or leave territorial messages.

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US to US Group 416

Gray Wolf (canis lupis). The Gray Wolf mates for life and lives in packs of family members and relatives. The strongest male is the leader of the pack in which all members help to care for the young. Known for its howl, the wolf’s whines, yelps, growls, and barks help to keep the pack together. A lone wolf will give a beautiful and haunting howl when separated from its pack.

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