That is a big animal. When I first looked at the picture, I noticed it's head, and then the hind-quarters. You know, some of our deer will weigh less than 100#.
Another thing I noticed, are the toenails, they appear to be nearly an inch long. Is that typical?
An old guy here, used to have fox hounds, he always checked any dogs feet, that he intended to make into a fox hound. He refered to some dogs as being "coon footed". Meaning that the dog carried most of it's weight on the heal of it's feet.
He wanted his dogs to stand up on their toes, he always said that they had more stamina, and could run faster, last longer on a fox chase.
Not sure? In your opinion, was this wolf really old? With bear, sometimes you'll notice one with really worn teeth. Just curious.