The Mexican gray wolf, weighing only 50 to 90 lbs., is the smallest subspecies of the gray wolf, Canis lupis. This wolf was once found throughout the southwest US and most of Mexico. Now listed as endangered, populations in the wild are believed to be extinct. Like its larger relative, the Mexican gray wolf is carnivorous, feeding on a variety of vertebrates such as deer, javelina and rabbits as well as carrion.
Skull Length: 24cm (9.4in)
Origin: North America
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