Gray wolves are an animal native to Lupus Fields National Park and live across plains, slopes, mountains, forests, and beaches. They will occasionally appear in ponds and lakes. No known wolves have been reported to be aggressive, rather they'd just pass by, roll in the dirt or snow, fish in the pond, or otherwise any daily activities wolves would participate in while in the wild.
Gray wolves typically have brownish gray fur, dark fur markings along the spine, a white undercarriage, and often a black tipped tail. When it comes to the lupussapien, they are thought to be the heidelbergen of the Canidae. The wolves would come in rare pigmentations such a white, black, and red (Canis Rufus).