A Timber Wolf is a subspecies of grey wolf found in North America.
They are known to be social animals, living and hunting in packs. The animal's coat is dark gray with tan hues around their muzzles, ears, paws, and underbelly. Their eyes are yellow or blue-gray. Males can weigh up to 70 pounds while females are slightly smaller weighing 60 pounds on average. Timber Wolves have an approximate height of 5 feet at the shoulder when they stand on all four legs.
Like most members of the canine family, the Timber Wolf has 42 teeth which includes four long fangs used for piercing and gripping prey as well as tear skin during self defence techniques. They have large heads with triangular shaped ears that enable them to hear low frequency sounds. Their paws are generally larger than other types of wolves which enables them to travel long distances at a quick pace. Additionally, they have 6-inch thick fur that keeps them warm during winter months and also protects them from bites inflicted by their prey.