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Type
Dog
Mammals
Color
Black
Brown
light gray
White
Size
Around 1m
Distribution
Australia
North America
South Africa

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Alaskan Malamute

The Alaskan Malamute is believed to descend from the boreal wolf. The pure strain of Malamute would have become extinct if not for the efforts of a few determined breeders.

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Body
powerful
well-developed
deep chest
straight back sloping gently to hips
very muscular loin
Coat
thick
coarse outer coat
woolly undercoat
Color
light gray
Black
Brown
White
Common Name
Malamute
Description
The Alaskan Malamute is believed to descend from the boreal wolf. The pure strain of Malamute would have become extinct if not for the efforts of a few determined breeders.
Distribution
Australia
North America
South Africa
Ears
small
wide-set at back of head
triangular
Eyes
large
almond-shaped
dark
slanting
Fav
1
Forequarters
legs strong
straight
muscular
General appearance
hardy
compact
well-built
Head
large, well proportioned
broad skull, slightly rounded between the ears
broad thick muzzle
black nose
strong jaws
broad, strong teeth
scissor bite
Height
55 to 67 cm
Hindquarters
broad and very muscular thighs
strong
well-balanced hocks
Photo Source
Bing Images
Size
Around 1m
Tail
full
carried curved over the back
Title
Alaskan Malamute
Type
Mammals
Dog
Unique
1
Weight
29 to 35 kg

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