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  • Wolf by Seth Soper
  • Links Scientific name Range and habitat map Diet Physical description Breeding info Special behavior Weird info Conclusion
  • Scientific nameThescientificname fora wolf iscanislupis
  • Range and habitat mapThe gray wolf wasonce the worldsmost widelydistributedmammal, livingnorth of 15°Nlatitude in NorthAmerica and 12°Nin Eurasia
  • The wolfs diet Medium and small sized animals that may supplement the diet of wolves include marmots, beaver, hares, badgers, foxes, weasels, ground squirrels, mice, hamsters, voles and other rodents.
  • The physical description of a wolf Gray wolves are slender, powerfully built animals with large, deeply descending ribcages and sloping backs. Adult wolves are 105–160 cm (41– 63 in) in length and 80–85 cm (32– 34 in) in shoulder height Gray wolves have very dense and fluffy winter fur, with short underfur and long, coarse guard hairs
  • Breeding info In areas with low wolf densities, wolves are generally monogamous.[71] Mated pairs usually remain together for life if one of the wolves does not die Multiple litters are rarely successful, due to infanticide by the packs females.
  • Special behaviors wolf packs are often portrayed as strictly hierarchical social structures with a breeding "alpha" pair which climbs the social ladder through fighting, followed by subordinate "beta" wolves and a low ranking "omega" which bears the brunt of the packs aggression.
  • Weird info Wolves howl to assemble the pack (usually before and after hunts), to pass on an alarm (particularly at a den site), to locate each other during a storm or unfamiliar territory and to communicate across great distances.
  • Conclusion Wolfs have a lot of info on them and are cool the end.