Gregory's wolf, Mississippi valley wolf
Gregory's wolf (Canis rufus gregoryi ), also known as the Mississippi Valley wolf, was a subspecies of the red wolf. It was declared extinct in 1980. It once roamed the regions in and around the lower Mississippi River basin.
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The subspecies was described as being larger than the red wolf, but more slender and tawny. Its coloring includes a combination of black, grey, and white, along with a large amount of cinnamon coloring along the back of its body and the top of its head. It weighs around 27 to 32 kilograms (60 to 70 lb) on average.