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Meiko Nightwing

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P.S they don't just live in the North they live everywhere Wolves: Warriors Of the North Some people believe that a Wolfdog would make a good pet because it's not wild like a Wolf. THIS IS NOT TRUE!!!! Wolfdogs may seem more calm then a wolf but they still have that wild side to them they will still kill so please do not take one as a pet it could kill you! Wolfdog's A Wolfdog is a dog that has recent wolf heritage, For a Wolfdog to be call a Wolfdog the dog has to have a pure wolf ancestor with in the past 5 generations + = Wolf Dog (German Shepherd) Wolfdog (Wolf Hybrid) Breeds of wolves Grey Wolf Arctic Wolf Eastern Timber Wolf Eurasian Wolf Himalayan Wolf Mexican Wolf Mckenzi Vally Wolf Red Wolf Tundra Wolf Dire Wolf Ethiopian Wolf Kenai Peninsula wolf Arabian Wolf Newfoundland Wolf
(extinct) (extinct) Bernard's Wolf Steppe Wolf Tibetan Wolf Vancouver Island Wolf Florida Black wolf Cascade Mountain wolf Sorry I was not able to locate
a photo's of the Gregory's wolf, and the Mogollon Mountain wolf Manitoba Wolf Hokkaidō wolf
(extinct) Honshu Wolf
(extinct) Hudson Bay Wolf Northern Rocky Montanans Wolf Labrador Wolf Mackenzie River Wolf Baffin Island Wolf Texas Wolf Great Plains Wolf Indian Wolf Alaskan Tundra Wolf Dingo Hunting Wolves Hunt in packs. This is the most easy way to find food because the more wolves you have the more likely you are going to find food. Wolves Will track there pray for up to 100 hundred miles a day and they will take things down that are 10x more there size. Pups In spring the alpha female has her puppies after a period of about 63 days. She has pups in a den (which could be a rock cave, crevice or a hole in the ground.) Other wolves have their pups on the ground, without any shelter. The dens are usually near water. The pups leave the den when they are 4 weeks old. At this age they spend a lot of time outside the den, but run back in if they hear a startling noise. When the mother goes hunting an older sibling "baby-sits". As the pups get older they eat more food. Adult wolves carry their pups around so they are used to the territory they live in. At about 8 weeks of age wolf pups begin growing adult fur. At about midsummer time the pups begin traveling as a part of the pack. At this time they get ranks. Ranking Within the pack The Ranking is: Alpha Pair:
Male and Female Leaders of the pack. They will often bond or mate, for life or until one of them dies Young Subordinates:
Male and Females, Will include the Beta Wolf (The second rank wolf that help's the alphas make decisions and activities if the alphas are not around) Juveniles and Pups:
Both sexes. Ranks within this position can range anywhere from scout to caretaker (except for pups. Until they grow older, they just remain the 'pack pups'). The Omega Wolf:
Male or Female scapegoat (bears the brunt of the pack's frustrations and harassment and may be the last to feed, or will go without food when it is scarce). The Omega Wolf What do wolves symbolize wolves can symbolize leadership and control, knowledge and wisdom as they are known as teachers. they also symbolize faithfulness and loyalty, but not many people know about that side to a wolf. And, they represent free-spirits. Thanks for watching
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