The North American timber wolf, also known as the Canadian or Arctic wolf, has coarse, durable fur varying in color from almost white to black, but usually yellow to brownish grey. A full-furred specimen from northern regions will have bluish gray underwool and fine, black, flowing top hair. The fur is used natural, bleached or dyed in coats, jackets and trimming.
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