Low Poly Realistic Wolf 3D Model (3ds max fbx c4d lwo ma mb obj)

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Low Poly Wolf 3D Model

Here is the low poly realistic 3d model of Wolf. It has a perfect edge loop based topology.

All materials and textures are included with 3d model.

Included textures are Color Maps, Normal Maps, Specular Maps, Alpha Maps.

Model is low poly so ideal for games.

Model is rendered ready and ready for use.

As one of the key predators, wolves play a very important role in the balance of ecosystems such biomes as forests of temperate latitudes, taiga, tundra, steppe and mountain systems. In total, there are about 32 subspecies of the wolf, differing in size and shades of fur.

The most likely ancestor of the wolf is Canis lepophagus, a small member of the canine family with a narrow skull, living in Miocene North America and, possibly, also a former coyote ancestor. After the extinction of borophagus, a large canine genus, C. lepophagus increased the size of the body and the width of the skull. The fossil remains of this species found in the north of Texas may belong to the ancestral representative of all modern wolves.

The weight and size of the wolf can vary considerably throughout the world and tends to increase proportionally with latitude, as Bergmann's rule predicted. In general terms, the height varies between 60 and 90 centimeters to the shoulder, and they weigh between 32 and 70 kilos. Although rarely found, specimens of more than 77 kg have been found in Alaska and Canada; the heaviest wild wolf hunted in Alaska in 1939, weighed 80 kg. There are some unconfirmed cases of wolves hunted in northeastern Russia which reached 100 kg. The smallest wolves are the sub-species of Arabian wolves, the females of these can weigh about 10 kg at maturity. Females in a given population weigh about 20% less than males. Wolves can measure between 1.3 and 2 meters from the snout to the tip of the tail, this being approximately a quarter of the total length of the body.

Wolves have ideal features for long-distance travel. Its narrow chest and powerful back and legs facilitate efficient locomotion. They are able to cover several kilometers jogging at a speed of 10 km / h, being able to reach top speeds of 65 km / h in a chase. While running at high speed they can cover five meters per jump. Wolf's legs are adapted to walk easily across a wide variety of terrain, especially the snow and soft ground: They have a small membrane between each finger, which allows them to move through the snow more easily than to their prey. The wolves are digitigrade, and have longer hind legs and a fifth vestigial finger, only present in the front, being its claws dark/black and non-retractable. Erect hairs and dull claws enhance grip on slippery surfaces, and special blood vessels prevent cooling of the pads of the legs. Glands help them to mark and inform their peers of their whereabouts as they move over large areas.

The larger size and length of the legs, yellow eyes, and larger teeth make adult wolves distinguish from other canids, particularly dogs. There is a scent gland present at the base of the wolves' tail, which gives each individual a unique aromatic trace, which helps them to identify with each other.

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  • Vertices3465
  • Polygons3284
  • GeometryPolygonal
  • AnimatedNo
  • MaterialsYes
  • RiggedNo
  • TexturesYes
  • File-formats3D Studio (.3ds), 3D Studio Max file (.max), Autodesk FBX file (.fbx), Cinema 4D (.c4d), Lightwave (.lwo, .lw, .lws), Maya (.ma .mb), Wavefront (.obj)
  • NID41450
3D Model ID: 217027

Published on: January 26, 2016
3D Artist: cghuman