It is estimated there are between 12 and 16 thousand gray wolves remaining in the United States. Between 5 and 11 thousand of these animals live in Alaska, and the rest (fewer than 5,000) live in the continental US. The worldwide number is around 200,000, which is down from 2 million, a figure that existed before modern hunting/trapping techniques began to be utilized. Gray wolves were common throughout North America, but their numbers were drastically reduced by the 1930s; today, they can be found in only a few states, including Alaska, Idaho, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Mexican wolves, a relative, can be found in New Mexico and Arizona.
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