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WOLVES BY JINAPA FONGASI

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  • 1. Wolves By Jinapa Fongasi 55020305 English for Communications class
  • 2. Wolves are also known as the Timber Wolf or Grey Wolf, and are a mammal of the Carnivora order. It is the ancestor of the domestic dog.
  • 3. Physical
  • 4. Strong and sharp teetth Strong and sharp teetth Long legsLong legs fur made up of two layers fur made up of two layers Small pawsSmall paws
  • 5. Behavior
  • 6. Most of wolves are highly socialable animals. They live in groups called "packs". The leaders are called the alpha male and the alpha female. Their territory is marked by scent and howling. Young wolves are called “pups” or “cubs”.
  • 7. Relationship between humans and wolves
  • 8. The popular image of the wolf is significantly influenced by the Big Bad Wolf stereotype from Aesop's Fables and Grimm's Fairy Tales. The Christian symbolism where the wolf represents the devil or evil
  • 9. Thank you
  • 10. Thank you

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