Wolves vary greatly in size, depending on where they live, so a wolf in Arabia may get no bigger than 30 pounds while an adult male in Minnesota could get to 70 – 110 pounds. Gray wolves are larger in the northwestern US, Canada, Alaska and Russia – which is where the largest wolves are – an adult male can reach 130 pounds!
It depends on the species, whether you’re referring to a male or a female, and where they live, but a Timber or Grey Wolf can grow to between 70 to 80 centimeters (27.5 to 31.5 inches) tall and weigh between 20 and 60 kilograms (44 to 132 pounds). It takes about a year for a pup to grow to adulthood and full size.
A wolf can be, from head to body, 36-63 inches. They can weigh from 40-175 pounds.
Wolves can range between 36-63in from head to haunches, with a 13-20in tail. They can weigh between 40-175lbs. The largest wolf on record (175lbs) was found in 1940.
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