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Animal power point rebeka w
Animal power point rebeka w
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Animal power point rebeka w
Animal power point rebeka w
Animal power point rebeka w
Animal power point rebeka w
Animal power point rebeka w
Animal power point rebeka w
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  • 1. Wolves by RebekaWoods
  • 2. LINKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Google Images  Wikipedia  Cosmomouth.com/wolvesoftheworld  www.hcn.com
  • 3. The scientific name for the Timber Wolf  Canis Lupus
  • 4. Habitat/Range Map
  • 5. DIET  White tailed deer  Moose  Elk  Caribou  Smaller animals – rodents & fish
  • 6. Physical Description  5 to 5’5’’ long (15 to 19 in. tail)  2.5 feet high  Adult males 75 lbs.  Adult females 60 lbs.  Silvery grey-brown fur  Bushy tails  Wolves tend to walk in a straight line
  • 7. Breeding Information  Alphas are usu. the ones to breed in the pack  February to March  1 litter  Average 6 pups  Live birth  Birthplace-hollow cave , log , or den
  • 8. Special Behaviors o Highly social o Packs can have 20 members o Alphas , Betas , Others , Omegas o Scent marking o Howling @ the moon o Behavior convey mood
  • 9. Weird Facts Largest of canines Ancestors of dogs They’ve helped prevent Chronic Wasting Disease No longer endangered Indians used 2 use them as guard & hunting dogs
  • 10. Wolf Graphs  Population Graph
  • 11. conclusion Timber wolves a.k.a. canis lupus are one of the most interesting animal species alive today. They’re hunters but will only attack humans if messed with or if there is a famine and food is scarce. These wolves are very social animals living in packs of up to 20.

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