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The gray wolf is a social animal belonging to the dog family. It lives in packs of 5 to 10 members that comprise a dominant set of parents plus their offspring and perhaps some immigrants.
Wolves have distinctive howls that they use to assemble the pack or demarcate their territory.
Alaska, Canada, Montana, northern Minnesota, Wisconsin Michigan, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming and North and South Dakota
All habitats except tropical forest and deserts
Endangered in the United States, common elsewhere
Deer, caribou, moose, beavers, hares, sheep and cattle
Further information about this species may be found on the Animal Diversity Web page for gray wolf.