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Tundra Wolf

Genus
Canis
Species
lupus
Life Span
8-13 years in the wild, 15-20 years in captivity
Geographic Range
Inhabits prairies, forests and deserts of Canada, the United States and Mexico
Offspring
5 to 14 pups; avg. 7
Conservation Status
Delisted (recovered) in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Threatened in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. Endangered in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah and Washington.
Fun Fact
Wolves communicate through different howls with each other. For example, sometimes a single wolf will howl to get the attention of the whole pack, the pack might howl as a whole to send territory messages to another pack or a wolf may start howling just because another is nearby.
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