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Wolverine

This Presentation focuses on the Endangered Wolverine
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Burzin Rao

on 17 April 2013

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Transcript of Wolverine

Decreasing more and more;
Day by Day The Wolverine By: Burzin Rao
Omar Abo-Saada
Rajan Ahir Decreasing more and more;
Day by Day The Wolverine By Burzin Rao
Omar Abo-Saada
Rajan Ahir What is a wolverine? A Wolverine is an animal belonging to the
Weasel Family, the largest member.It has a
thick squat body with short legs and long fur.

As shown in the picture below What Does a Wolverine
Look Like? A wolverine looks much like a skunk or a dog
It's average height is 66-86 cm
It's tail is usually 18-25cm

A Wolverine approximately weighs 20-40 pounds and is 1/3 of a 6 ft. man. Looks of A Wolverine 66-86 cm Kingdom:
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Species: The Wolverine Name & Classififcation The Latin Name is Gulo Gulo It is classified among 7 categories shown below Animalia Chordata Mammalia Carnivora Mustelidae Gulo Gulo gulo Gulo gulo translates to Glutton in English (cc) image by jantik on Flickr Status For Species At Risk Vulnerable Wolverine Sometimes they are referred to as skunk bears due to the pale yellow colour on their flanks Threatened Endangered Extirpated Extinct The Wolverine The Wolverine is an Endangered species in Canada Endangered-An endangered species is a population of organisms which is facing a high risk of becoming extinct because it is either few in numbers, or threatened by changing environmental or predation. As time goes by Species are more threatened Causes for Risk Wolverines are commonly hunted for their frost-resistant fur The
Caribou The Caribou is The Wolverine's main food source
It's failure is one of the causes for the extinction of the Wolverine Human Disturbances Two Common effects of Human Disturbances are: Global Warming
Climate Change Human Diturbances affects all Species
Some exampes are:
Pollution
Forestry
Mining
Global Warming
Invasive Species All of these different aspects affect all native species and create a higher chance of Extinction Reproduction The Wolverine Has a
LOW REPRODUCTIVE RATE
and is being hunted faster than reproduced Wolverines are found in the Boreal Zone of of the Northern Hemisphere Where are Wolverines Found They are commonly found in North America and Eurasia The Measures Include: Their Extinction Will Impact
The Other Species by: Introducing wild caught Wolverines into the affected area Holding public meetings and workshops to inform the public of the endangered Wolverine Disturbing the ecosystems food web The Wolverine is a native animal of Labrador and it plays a unique role in the habitats ecosystem. Some of these are......... There are Many Measures being taken to prevent the extinction of species all over Monitoring Wolverine populations, predator populations and prey populations How Will The Extinction
Of The Wolverines Impact The
Other Species In The Area? Bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endangered_species
http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/accounts/information/Gulo_gulo.html
http://www.rom.on.ca/ontario/risk.php?doc_type=fact&id=134
http://www.currentresults.com/Wildlife/Endangered-Species/Endangered-Mammals/wolverine-709211.php
http://www.naturecanada.ca/endangered_know_our_species_wolverine.asp THE END
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