Eurasian Wolf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canis lupus lupus

Eurasian Wolf

The Eurasian Wolf known as the Common Wolf, European Wolf, Carpathian Wolf, Steppes Wolf, Tibetan Wolf and Chinese Wolf is a subspecies of the Grey Wolf. It is found in Europe and Asia, from Western Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, China, Mongolia and the Himalayan Mountains. It has been eliminated from most of Western Europe and Eastern China. The Eurasian Wolf has shorter, denser hair than the North American Gray Wolf. The average weight of Eurasian wolves is between 70 and 130 pounds. The color of the Eurasian wolf ranges from white, cream, red, grey, black and combination. Eurasian wolves mate between the months of January and March. The average litter size is six. Eurasian Wolves are not considered endangered.

 

Eurasian Wolf Pack

Eurasian Wolf

Eurasian Wolf

Eurasian Wolf Puppies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canis lupus lupus

Subspecies of the Gray Wolf

Lifespan 7-10 years

70-130 lbs

coloration ranges from white, cream, red, grey, black and combination

6 puppies

Europe and Asia, from Western Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, China, Mongolia and the Himalayan Mountains

Viable population