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Why is the Kansas City Chiefs' mascot a wolf?

The Kansas City Chiefs mascot is a wolf named KC Wolf. This mascot symbolizes the tough and resilient spirit of the Chiefs organization and its fans. The mascot was created in 1989 to represent the team’s spirit as it began a new era of success. The wolf is also a nod to the Native American ancestry of the team's original owners, the Hunt family. The KC Wolf is an enduring symbol of the Chiefs' success, and his presence helps to make Arrowhead Stadium the loudest stadium in the NFL.