[attr="class","likedoinfo"] While Otliv is a fictional world, many of our inhabitants are animals found in real life. Most common is the Gray Wolf. Here are a few subspecies for when you're looking for reference images.
[attr="class","likedoinfo"]GRAY WOLF SUBSPECIES:
North Western Timber Wolf
Light colored pelts. Males average from 100-145lbs while females tend to be 10-20% less.
British Columbian Wolf
Long coats, usually black and mixed with gray or brown. Weighs between 80-150lbs.
Great Plains Wolf
Coats usually a blend of buff, grey, black or red. Weigh between 60-110lbs.
Eastern Timber Wolf
Comes in a variety of colors from grey, black, white, and brown. Smaller than Gray Wolf. Weighs between 50-100lbs.
Mexican Gray Wolf
Coat varies from blend of black, white and grey. Smallest subspecies, weighing between 50-90lbs.
Colors range from red, gray, white and black. Medium sized subspecies.
Mainly brown with blended colors of red to black. Smaller than Gray Wolves, measuring between 40-90lbs.
Most coats are a combination of gray, rust, black and silver. Large sized, tends to weigh between 100-125lbs.
EUROPEAN GRAY WOLF SUBSPECIES:
Coats vary in color, light gray, ochre to dark red. Medium-sized with a thinner build from Eurasian Wolf.
Short-gray hair, becomes thicker in winter. Smallest wolf sub-species.