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Gray Wolves Animal Project

This following presentation will allow you to learn about Gray Wolves ;)

Julie Guillory

on 30 May 2013

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On Gray Wolves
by: Julie Guillory Animal Project Description of Gray Wolves
Internal Stimuli Intresting facts.
Did you know... Courtship/Reporduction
Male Gray Wolves sexually reproduce.(Thank goodness they're not plants that asexually reproduce...) They breed
in months between January and April. Once a female chooses her strong male Gray wolf, they will have a happy bond. The average liter for a Male and Female Gray wolf is up to an average of 7 pups. Habitats of the Gray wolf Gray wolves can be found in Deserts, Savannas, Taigas,
Tundras, Plains, Steppes, And all forest habitats Gray Wolves Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Family: Canidae
Genus: Canis
species: lupus -An adult male Gray wolf is an average of 95-100 lbs.
while Female wolves are an average of up to 80-85 lbs.

-An adult Gray wolf's size is up to 26 to 32 inches tall

-The colors of a Gray wolf is a mixture of Gray and
white. The Gray wolf's color stays the same each season except for fall. On fall, the Gray wolf turns faded
amber brown The Gray wolf is a powerful runner with it's four legs.
A Gray wolf has the instinct to have a strong smell. It is known that it can track it's lost pack with a single sniff from a nose! This following presentation will explain
about Gray wolves -That Gray wolves are endangered in the U.S?
-A Gray wolf's sharp claw is capable of tearing through a single human bone?
-Gray wolves are extremely DANGEROUS to humans?
-Gray wolves have a long mating process?
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