Habitat: deep forests, mountains, prairies, arctic tundra
Range: Canada, Alaska, Mo., Wy., Id., Mn., Mi., & remote regions of Europe and Asia
The Wolf's long legs allow it to run at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour.
Wolves cover large distances and are known to travel up to 9 miles a day.
A typical wolf pack may have a range of up to 50 sq. miles of territory.
Wolves are generally afraid of people and tend to avoid them.
Wolves have no natural predators except people.
A wolf rarely lives past the age of 10 in the wild, but in captivity some specimens can live to be 16 years of age.