   Anthony Akre
   Scientific name   Range   Diet   Physical description   Breeding info   Special    behavior/unique    anatomy   ...
   Canis lupus.   From the canidae    family.
   Canada    States: Alaska, Idaho,    Michigan.    Mexican wolves are    found in New Mexico    and Arizona.
   Large hoofed    mammals.   Beaver, rabbits and    other small prey.   Scavenger.   Carrion
   Height: 26-32 in.   Lenght: 4.5-6.5 feet.   Weight: 55-130 lbs.   Lifespan: 7-8 years in    wild.
   Usually mate late    winter.   Locked into a    copulatory tie which    may last 5–36    minutes.
   The Gray Wolf is a    highly social animal.   Move in packs.   Are usually made up    of 5-12 members.   Always one...
   Virtually extinct in    Europe.    Wolves have been    eradicated from much    of their primary living    areas.   W...
   video
   Thank you for    watching my    presentation, I learned    a lot about the gray    wolf.   THE END!!!!!!!!!
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Anthony akre

  1. 1.  Anthony Akre
  2. 2.  Scientific name Range Diet Physical description Breeding info Special behavior/unique anatomy Weird info Video sound Conclution
  3. 3.  Canis lupus. From the canidae family.
  4. 4.  Canada States: Alaska, Idaho, Michigan. Mexican wolves are found in New Mexico and Arizona.
  5. 5.  Large hoofed mammals. Beaver, rabbits and other small prey. Scavenger. Carrion
  6. 6.  Height: 26-32 in. Lenght: 4.5-6.5 feet. Weight: 55-130 lbs. Lifespan: 7-8 years in wild.
  7. 7.  Usually mate late winter. Locked into a copulatory tie which may last 5–36 minutes.
  8. 8.  The Gray Wolf is a highly social animal. Move in packs. Are usually made up of 5-12 members. Always one pack leader. Pack leaders track and hunt prey, choose den sites, and establish the pack’s territory.
  9. 9.  Virtually extinct in Europe. Wolves have been eradicated from much of their primary living areas. When they do make a kill, they eat all they can. Sometimes up to 15 lbs of flesh.
  10. 10.  video
  11. 11.  Thank you for watching my presentation, I learned a lot about the gray wolf. THE END!!!!!!!!!
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