The Timber Wolf (also: Grey Wolf) most closely fits the common image of a wolf. The wolf's size and coloring may vary according to its habitat. Once found in many regions throughout the world, hunting, etc., has caused wolf numbers to dwindle and wolves have disappeared completely from many areas of the world.
Timber wolves hunt small animals, such as hares and mice, etc., and also deer, etc. They will also eat plants such as berries, etc. They range widely, traveling at around 8km (4.8 miles) per hour as they hunt for food. In a single day, they may travel great distances, sometimes 100km (sixty miles).