Wolves by Dakota
• Wolves can see up to 1 mile or 1.6 km.
• Wolves live in the forests of northern Asia,  Europe, and North America.
• Stories such as Little Red Riding Hood in  which a wolves eats a little girl’s  grandmothers gives the wrong idea about ...
• There are a few hundred red wolves still  alive, mostly in zoo’s or animal parks.
• Many people are afraid of wolves.
• About 2,500 gray wolves are in the 48 mainland  states and about 10,000 in Alaska.
• Wolves lived 15,000 years ago.
• Only two species of the wolf survives  today--the gray wolf (also known as the  timber wolf) and the red wolf.
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    1. 1. Wolves by Dakota
    2. 2. • Wolves can see up to 1 mile or 1.6 km.
    3. 3. • Wolves live in the forests of northern Asia, Europe, and North America.
    4. 4. • Stories such as Little Red Riding Hood in which a wolves eats a little girl’s grandmothers gives the wrong idea about wolves.
    5. 5. • There are a few hundred red wolves still alive, mostly in zoo’s or animal parks.
    6. 6. • Many people are afraid of wolves.
    7. 7. • About 2,500 gray wolves are in the 48 mainland states and about 10,000 in Alaska.
    8. 8. • Wolves lived 15,000 years ago.
    9. 9. • Only two species of the wolf survives today--the gray wolf (also known as the timber wolf) and the red wolf.
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