The legend states that werewolves are people who are bitten by another werewolf. The person, under the full moon, will transform into a half human, half wolf. (Think of it like an enormous wolf that can walk on two legs.) True? NO! Werewolves are all in folklore, and continue to remain there.
The Maned Wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus) closely resembles the Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes), but the two are of an entirely different genus (note the name), and the Maned Wolf is much larger than the Red Fox.
In addition to this, the Maned Wolf also has a black mane (hence the name), which can be erected when the Wolf feels threatened - to enlarge it's profile, or when showing aggression.
Mankind thought that wolves were demons and witches a long time ago. So, men started to lay traps for them and they would wait for them to come close to the fores and burn them. They would flood the caves so the pups would dround, and all other sorts of cruel things, that are not at all humane and are quite savage. The wolf population decreased because of all these deaths. Also mankind killed alot of the wolves prey/food so the wolves were forced to go in to locial farms and kill the lambs, chickens or cows and the farmers would get their guns and shoot the wolves.
Most wolves weigh around 85 pounds to 150 pounds depending on their size. Bigger ones weigh up to 180 pounds.
If you mean every wolf in the world, the typical weight would be 30 - 176 pounds. But if you mean the most common wolves in general, the weight would be 80 - 176 pounds.