The Life of Packs: Wolves always travel in groups of six to twenty members. These groups contain an alpha male and beta female that generally are the only members to mate. A wolf is born in to a pack and remins loyal to it for its entire life.
A glimpse into their lives:
Wolves are known as top-level predators because there is no animal that hunts wolves.
The average lifespan:6 to 10 years in the wild.
Size: Range from 55 pounds up to 200 pounds.
Food: Elk and deer make up their diet, they are carnivorous animals that hunt in packs.
Habitat: Found in ecosystems as far north as the north pole and as far south as the 20th parallel