The Alaskan Tundra Wolf lives along the Arctic coast of the Alaskan Tundra. They are about 50 to 64 inches long from nose to tail and weigh anywhere from 85 to 176 pounds for males and 80 to 120 pounds for females. They are known for lighter coats, sometimes pure white, however, they can be darker, such as black. They feed on hooved animals and smaller animals and plants when food is low. The Alpha's mate around February and gestation lasts for about 62 to 75 days. Like all packs, the pack helps raise them.