Canis lupus baileyi

The Mexican wolf is the smallest, rarest, and most disctinct of the subspecies of Gray Wolf. they weight between 50 and 80 pounds, and have a varied coat colour including black, gray, white, red, and brown. The Mexican wolf lives in Arizona, southern New Mexico, southwest Texas, in the Sierra Madre and the higlands of Mexico. The Mexican Wolf eats ealk, mule deer, white tail deer, pronghorn, javalina, and other small mammals.