The gray wolf is part of the Canidae family found in Eurasia and North America. The wolf is one of the most written about animals in all of folklore and are often seen as a symbol of strength, loyalty, and intelligence. Wolves have an extremely heightened sense of smell, making them one of the fiercest hunters in the animal kingdom. Gray wolves are highly social pack-living animals. Packs tend to have 5 to 9 members on average.
- Large-sized specimen with good dentition
- Missing one tooth on right side
- Exhibits natural crack in sagittal crest
- Skull Length 27.5 cm (10.8 in.)
- Skull Width 14.5 cm (5.7 in.)
- Skull Height 14.5 cm (5.7 in.)