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These are just a few well known gray wolf subspecies: Arctic wolf ( C. l. arctos) British Columbia wolf ( C. l. columbianus) Eurasian wolf ( C. l. lupus) Iberian wolf ( C. l. signatus) Mexican wolf ( C. l. baileyi) Tundra wolf ( C. l. albus)How big are Canadian wolves?
Northwestern wolves are one of the largest subspecies of wolves. In British Columbia, Canada, five adult females averaged 42.5 kg (94 lb) and ten adult males averaged 51.1 kg (113 lb), with a weight range for all adults of 38.6 to 61.4 kg (85 to 135 lb).Are there Wolves in Canada?
In Ontario there are two types of Wolves - the Grey Wolf (Canis lupus) and the Eastern Canadian Wolf (Canis lycaon), both of which are only protected in 3% of their habitat. According to the site Wolves-Ontario.com, there has only been one documented case of healthy wild wolves killing a human in North America.