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The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
The Grey Wolf by AJ
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The Grey Wolf by AJ

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  • 1. GRAY WOLF
  • 2. The gray wolf lives in NorthAmerica
  • 3. Gray wolves are the largest memberof the dog family adult wolvesweigh from 80 to 120 pounds
  • 4. In North America GRAYWOLVES EAT LARGEANIMALS SUCH AS DEERMOOSE EIK AND CARIBOU
  • 5. Wolves howl to communicate withother members get lost they canlisten for wolf pack howl to findtheir way home.
  • 6. Wolves often leave scentmark on bushes logs treetrunks or rocks and cabins .
  • 7. Wolf puppies are born in a denhaving gives the pack a safeplace to keep its puppies whenthey are very young.
  • 8. These puppies are begging forfood by licking the adult wolfmouth if the adult wolf hasfood in its stomach it willthrow up some for the hungrypuppies to eat.
  • 9. GRAY WOLVES WERE ONCEFOND ALL OVER EUROPENORTH AMERICA ANDASIA THEY LIVED EVERWERY EXCEPT IN DESERTSAND VERY HIGH MOUNTAINRANGES.
  • 10. UNLIKE ITS RELATIVES THE GRAYWOLF IS NOT ADAPTED TOLIVING WITH HUMANS.

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