After so many requests, there it is...
The Mackenzie Valley Wolf (Canis lupus occidentalis) also known as the Canadian Timber Wolf is perhaps the largest subspecies of Gray Wolf in North America. They typically stand about 32–36 inches (81–95 cm) at the shoulder and males weigh between 100 and 145 pounds (45–65 kg). (wikipedia)
Hi plgrenon! I would like to use your picture (this one only) for a document I'm preparing for a college cours I'm giving in St-Hyacinthe, Quebec. It will be use to show to the students the real size of a Timber Wolf's paw. Do you accept to grant me the right to use your excellent shot! Thanks in advance
No worries, you may use it as long you keep references, but remember there is a difference between eastern and western timberwolf, not the same wolf subspecie, western is the world's largest.
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Photo taken in Peace River E, BC, Canada
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