Wolverines are fierce animals. They have strong, sharp teeth and semi-retractable claws that they use for digging, climbing and scaring away predators.
The gray wolf (Canis lupus), also known as the timber wolf, prefers the open tundra and forests of British Columbia. Distribution ranges through Alaska, Canada, and parts of the US.
Bobcats generally have tawny coats that vary with the seasons. Their winter coat is usually a dull gray with faint patterns, while their summer coat often has a reddish tinge.
Lynx are a medium-sized cat with long legs, huge paws and protruding ears tipped with black hairs. The long silvery-gray fur of the Canada lynx bears faint darker stripes on the sides and chest.