Template:AnimalsGray Wolves are mammals that live in Europe, Alaska, Canada, and Asia.
Gray Wolves tend to have gray, black, and light brown fur with a white snout and underbelly. They are medium-sized, and have blue eyes when born. As they age, their eyes can turn orange-yellow or brown.
Gray wolves are carnivores that usually eat deer, moose, beavers, and goats.
Gray wolves can live six to eight years in the wild.
Gray Wolves are of least concern.
- They can weigh forty to one-hundred seventy five pounds.