The gray wolf is the largest wild wolf. They can grow to about three feet tall at the shoulder and about five feet from nose to tail. They can weigh up to about 175 pounds.
The grey wolf is the largest wild member of the Canidae family. In general, the height of gray wolves varies from 0.6 to 0.95 meters at the shoulder. Wolf weight varies geographically with European wolves weighing around 85 pounds, North American wolves 79 pounds, and Indian and Arabian 170 pounds. The heaviest recorded gray wolf in North America weighed 170 pounds.
The largest species of wolf ever was the dire wolf, which lived in North and South America during the Pleistocene. The dire wolf weighed 130 to 190 pounds. It’s teeth were noticeably bigger than the gray wolf’s as well.
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