Male: 60 - 80 lbs; Female: 40 - 60 lbs
Canine feed, which is a high protein dried food
Originally roamed from Pennsylvania to Texas. Now they can only be found in the coastal prairie and marsh areas of northeastern North Carolina
Red wolves were hunted to the brink of extinction; in 1980 fewer than 20 wolves were selected by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to be bred in captivity. By 1987, enough wolves had been bred to begin a reintroduction program. Today 100 - 120 red wolves call northeastern North Carolina home. This is the world's only wild population of red wolves.