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Animal power point (gray wolf)
Animal power point (gray wolf)
Animal power point (gray wolf)
Animal power point (gray wolf)
Animal power point (gray wolf)
Animal power point (gray wolf)
Animal power point (gray wolf)
Animal power point (gray wolf)
Animal power point (gray wolf)
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Animal power point (gray wolf)

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this my PowerPoint on the Gray Wolves

this my PowerPoint on the Gray Wolves

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  • 1. Gray Wolf
  • 2.  Scientific Name Range Diet Physical Description Breeding Info Special Behaviors Weird Info. Video Conclusion
  • 3.  The scientific name for a gray wolf is “Canis Lupus.”
  • 4.  It is basically in the Northern Hemisphere. Despite not being at risk for extinction, local populations of wolves are still in trouble.
  • 5.  They eat: Elk Moose Deer Musk-oxen Beaver Bison Caribou
  • 6.  Gray wolves are 2-2.5 feet tall. Male wolves weigh about 90 pounds. Female wolves weigh about 80 pounds. The life span of the Gray Wolf is 10 to 18 years.
  • 7.  They all are in a pack never lead each other. The mom always stays with the pups. They do not build nest. They are born by live birth. 4-6 pups are born at once.
  • 8.  hierarchical social structures is a breeding “alpha" pair This terminology is based heavily on the behavior of captive wolf packs
  • 9.  The way that they communicate is by howling. Wolves packs are from two to twelve wolves in a single pack. Adult gray wolves has 42 teeth.
  • 10.  http://www.arkive.org/grey-wolf/canis- lupus/video-01.html
  • 11. THE END Thank you for watching my presentation on the gray wolves. I have learned so much about gray wolves.

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