Labrador Wolf (Canis lupus labradorius)

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Labrador Wolf (Canis lupus labradorius) – (Goldman 1937)

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Overall population: unknown

Physical description: Labrador wolf ranges in color from dark, grizzly gray to almost white. Ranging in length from about 4.5 to 6 feet (1.5 – 1.8 meters), and can weigh from 75 to 140 pounds (34 – 63.5 kg).

Range:
Original range – Labrador, northern Quebec
Current range – Labrador, northern Quebec

Habitat / Ecology / Prey:
Habitat – wetlands, forest
Ecology –
Prey – caribou, moose, musk ox, hares, beaver, rodents and fish

Unique behaviors:

Legal and Cultural Background:

Conservation:
Nature Conservancy Canada (Labrador Conservation Blueprint)

Taxonomic/Genetic Information:

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Further Reading

Journal / Scientific Publications:

Characteristics of the wolf (Canis lupus labradorius Goldman) in northern Quebec and Labrador;GR Parker, S Luttich – Arctic, 1986 – JSTOR

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