Wolf

By: Adam Glenn Morrill-Krumwiede

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Habitat

The wolf is found in Northern Asia and Northern America, In the Forests Mountains, and Arctic Plains (World Book Kids).
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Movement

The wolves use their 4 hind legs to run away from predators and chase their preys for food.
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Body Covering

The fur of a wolf keeps the cold off of them. The wolves will shed during summer so they will not get heated quickly and die
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Diet

The wolf is a Carnivore, it mainly eats meat. Caribou, Deer, Elk, Moose Wolves eat almost anything (World Book Kids).
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Reproduction

Female Wolves have about 1 to 11 pups in a sheltered area called a den, those pups leave the den when they are 2 months old (World Book Kids).
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Adaptions

Wolves adapt to traveling in packs and being in the cold and sometimes in the hot. The wolves shed in the summer and grow the fur near winter time.
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Other Info

Wolves are excellent hunters with keen sight, hearing, and smelling. A wolf can see and smell a deer more than 1 mile away (1.6 kilometer). Wolves eat almost anything. Wolves alarm call to let other wolves he is in trouble is a Howl. The Red Wolf is smaller than the Gray-Wolf.
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Works Cited

World Book Kids. "Wolf." World Book Online. By World Book Kids. N.p.: World Book, n.d. N. pag. World Book Kids. Web. 17 May 2016.