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The Two wolves that are mainly found in the temperate woodlands, are the gray wolf and the red wolf.

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Gray Wolf(top) and Red Wolf(bottom

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THE GREY WOLF:

-Gray fur with tawney-colored legs

-Also know as the "timber wolf", the "arctic wolf", the "tundra wolf" depending on the location that they are found in

-Adapt to every environment except the desert and the rainforest

-The males are 20% larger than the females

-Can reach up to 45 mph in a short sprint

-Can run for 25 mph for several miles

-Normal trot is about 5 mph

-Hunts both byitsel and in packs

-By itself, hunts small animals such as hare and beavers

-In a pack, hunts large animals such as moose, elk, bison, and dear

-Can search for 30 miles a day just to find a weak/easy prey

THE RED WOLF:

-Reddish colored fur

-Broader than a coyote but more narrow than a grey wolf

-Long ears and legs

-Faster than a grey wolf

-Hunts and lives in smaller packs than grey wolves

-Red wolves' packs consist of only one pair of adults and their young

-Very territorial

-Hunt mostly white-tailed dear and raccoon

-Also eats smaller animals such as hare

-Only a large animal, if it's vunerable

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