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He dominant female bears a litter of 1 to 11 offspring (typi
Transcript of He dominant female bears a litter of 1 to 11 offspring (typi
A very intelligent predator, the grey wolf can work in a group to bring down large prey up to ten times its size.
While grey wolves have a varied diet, prey mostly comprises large ungulates, such as moose, caribou, deer, elk and wild boar.
Found in many different coat colours, the grey wolf may be grey, red, brown, black, or almost pure white.
This species is most commonly found in packs, particularly in winter, usually numbering around 5 to 12 related individuals, although pairs and lone wolves also frequently occur.
The grey wolf is the largest wild canid, or member of the 'dog' family.
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Attacks usually focus on the rump of larger prey and on the head, shoulders, flanks and rump of smaller animals. On average, the grey wolf consumes 2.5 to 6.3 kilograms of food per day, and will cache surplus food in the form of prey parts or regurgitated chunks.
Reproductive maturity generally is reached at 22 to 46 months, and lifespan in the wild can reach up to 13 years.
Within the pack there is a clear dominance hierarchy, with the breeding pair possessing a strong, year-round pair bond.
Highly social and intelligent, the grey wolf is an efficient predator, capable of working together with other individuals to bring down large prey, ten times the size of an individual wolf.