Cascade mountain wolf
The Cascade mountain wolf (Canis lupus fuscus ) is an extinct subspecies of the gray wolf that was once found in the Pacific Northwest (British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington), but became extinct in 1940.
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It was described as a cinnamon-coloured wolf, measuring 165 cm and weighing 36–49 kg.