Grey Wolves are the largest breed of wolf. The average weight of a grey wolf ranges between 100 and 175 pounds.
The answer is incorrect. Average weight is less than the midpoint of this range, the correct range for large grey wolves being 85-115 lbs; the high end of 175 lbs would be a freakishly large specimen and probably doesn’t exist. This citation is not exactly the most reliable source of those available on the web. Try this link or a government agency link.
Gray wolves are the largest members of Canidae, the animal family that contains wolves (as well as jackals, foxes, coyotes and domestic dogs).
Gray wolf height ranges from 0.6 meters (26 inches) to 0.95 meters (38 inches) from the ground to the wolf’s shoulder.
Gray wolf weight depends on where the wolf is in the world. European wolves average 38.5 kg (85 lbs); North American average wolves 36 kg (80 lbs). Indian and Arabian wolves both average 25 kg (55 lbs).
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