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Wolf packs can occupy 100 to 300 square miles (260 to 780 km). Most wolves resemble long-legged German Shepherd dogs with larger paws and bushier tails. They are typically gray in color, but they can range from coal black to creamy white. Black wolves are most common in dense forests and creamy white wolves generally live in the arctic.
Wolves hunting in packs can catch much larger prey than they can when they are hunting alone. Ungulates comprise of 80% of the wolf's diet. A wolf’s weight varies from 57 to 170lbs (26 to 77kg).