WOLF

By: Stephen Loader period 2 MAY 16

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Habitat

Wolves can live in almost any climate, though they are seldom found in deserts or tropical forests. In ancient times, they roamed throughout the northern half of the world. (L. David Mech)
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Movement

Wolves look much like large German shepherd dog. But a wolf has longer legs, bigger feet, a wider head, and a long, bushy tail. they yous there legs for defending there young and hunting. (L. David Mech)

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Body Covering

Wolves fur varies in color from pure white in the Arctic to jet black in the subarctic forests. Most wolves have gray fur. Wolves of the northern and Arctic regions grow long, thick winter coats that protect them from the bitter cold and wind. (L. David Mech)

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Diet

Wolves eat prey chiefly large hoofed animals, such as caribou, deer, elk,

and moose. but crows follow them will wolfs eats there prey they leave some for the crows i call that symbiotic. (L. David Mech)

Reproduction

Wolves mate during the winter. The female carries her young inside her body fat least 63 days. She then gives birth to 1 to 11 pups in a sheltered place called a

den.The den may be in a cave

, a hollow log, an abandoned beaver

lodge, or underground. (L. David Mech)

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Adaptations

  • Wolves stay away from people as possible
  • wolfs do not hunt/hurt people it will be rare
  • wolfs fight for territory wolves pee on trees,burs,etc. for territory
  • people are starting to be use to wolves
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Other info

when its winter wolves make pack. packs gather to begin a hunt, they greet each other and howl. Their howling may become very loud, and it warns other wolves to stay out of the pack's territory. Wolves roam through their territory until they find prey. They then move to the prey. They may inch closer to it, perhaps in single file. they break into a run and the chase begins.

Works Cited


Arthur: Mech, L. David.

book title: Wolf

World Book Advanced

date the book was public: 2016. Web. 12 May 2016.