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  • 1. WOLF JEOPARDY By: Ben, Brant, Amanda, Devin, and Jing
  • 2. 3 4 5 6 9 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 29 1 2 10 17 24 30 23 15 7 8 16 credits
  • 3. $100
    • How long is a wolf from nose to tail?
    • 8 feet
    • 7 feet
    • 6 feet
  • 4. $200
    • How tall is a wolf’s den?
    • About as tall as a human teenager
    • About as tall as a female
    • Roughly the height of the leader
  • 5. $300
    • What is the wolves’ closest relative?
    • A) Dog
    • B) Lion
    • C) Coyote
  • 6. $400 How many wolves are in an average wolf pack?
    • 5-8
    • 6-10
    • 3-7
  • 7. $500
    • How much pounds per square inch pressure can a wolf’s jaw generate?
    A)10,000 B)1,500 C)1,200
  • 8. $600
    • How long is the den?
    • 12 feet
    • B ) 15 feet
    • C) Either
  • 9. $100
    • How many times has a healthy wolf tried to kill a human?
    • A)22
    • B)120
    • C)0
  • 10. $200
    • How do wolves run?
    • A)Heels
    • B)Toes
    • C)Flat-Footed
  • 11. $300 Which gender of wolves is bigger? A)male B)female C)both the same
  • 12. $400
    • What continents do wolves live in?
    • A)Africa and Antarctica
    • B)Just North America
    • C)N. America, Asia , and Europe
  • 13. $500
    • Are wolf dogs and coyotes really wolves?
    • Yes
    • No
    • Coyotes are, but wolf dogs aren’t
    • Wolf dogs are, but coyotes aren’t
  • 14. What you wage Daily Double Why are wolves endangered?
  • 15. $100 How fast do wolves trot? A)5 MPH B)10 MPH C)16 MPH
  • 16. $200
    • How do wolves hunt moose?
    • chasing them
    • Encircling them
    • None of the above
    • A and B
  • 17. $300 What color can a wolf be? A)red & black B)Brown black and red C)almost any color D)26 different colors
  • 18. $400
    • How much does a wolf baby weigh when it’s born?
    • 6 pounds
    • 10 pounds
    • 1 pound
    • Or a different range of weight
  • 19. $500
    • What distance can a wolf run without tiring?
    • Miles
    • Kilometers
    • Yards
    • Meters
  • 20. $600
    • What are the leaders of a wolf pack called?
    • Alpha
    • Heads
    • Delta
  • 21. $100
    • How much does a single wolf eat after it’s pack kills a moose?
    • 5-10
    • 6-30
    • 10-20
  • 22. $200
    • How many wolves does the average wolf pack have?
    • 9-18
    • 5-8
    • 18-24
    • D) None of the above
  • 23. $300
    • What is a wolf’s hunting range?
    • Deer-people
    • Mice-moose
    • Whatever it can find
  • 24. $400
    • How long have wolves been around?
    • A)100,000
    • B)300,000
    • C)1,000,000
  • 25. $500
    • How well can wolves adapt to a new environment?
    • Very well
    • Not so well
    • Not at all
    • Depends on conditions
  • 26. What you wage
    • The two teeth along the sides of a wolves mouth are called what?
    Daily Double
  • 27. $100
    • How many layers of fur do wolves have?
    • A)1
    • B)2
    • C)3
    • D)none
  • 28. $200
    • Which one of these can wolves live in?
    • Forests
    • Grass-Lands
    • Mountains
    • All of the above
  • 29. $300
    • What is the 5 th Amendment?
  • 30. $400
    • What is one food wolves eat?
    • People
    • Deer
    • Frogs
    • Lizards
  • 31. $500
    • How tall can wolves be at shoulder height?
    • 26-36 inches
    • 23 inches
    • 30-35 inches
    • 13-20 inches
  • 32. $600
    • What do parents do before their young is born?
    • Collect and store food
    • Do nothing
    • Eat healthy foods
    • Build a new den
  • 33. Credits
    • Bibliography:
    • Wikipedia
    • Reading Textbook
    • Created by: Devin, Jing, Ben, Amanda, and Brant
    • Edited by:Devin, Jing, Ben, Amanda, and Brant
    • Supervised by: Devin, Jing, Ben, Amanda, and Brant
    • Dedicated to: Mrs. Abernethy, Devin, Jing, Ben, Amanda, Brant, wolves, and Bob Saget.
    • Cooperative partner: Mrs. Abernethy
    • Group: Devin, Jing, Ben, Amanda, and Brant
  • 34. Congratulations
  • 35. Sorry
    • Sorry you got the wrong answer…
    • next group’s turn!!!!!!!!!!!!