Wolves are carnivorous, nocturnal mammals. They mostly eat moose, elk and deer, but sometimes they eat smaller animals like rodents, kind like when we have snacks.
Wolves live in groups called packs. These packs are usually made up of an Alpha male and female and their cubs. There are usually 6-7 wolves in a pack but sometimes there can be up to 15.
There are 8 different species of wolves. Here are 3 of them:
The biggest wolf with grey-brown
fur. Classification status: THREATENED
Tawny-red coloured fur. Classification status:
White fur to blend in with the snow. Classification status:
The other wolf species are the Ethiopian wolf, Tundra wolf, Indian wolf, the Mexican wolf and the Iberian wolf.
DID YOU KNOW:
Alpha as well as the leader of the wolf pack, is the first letter in the Greek alphabet!