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Red Wolf ESP

I'm doing a prezi in science on the red wolf. I hope to get kids to know how red wolves are a big part of live and we need to help them.
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Raelyn Anderson

on 4 March 2011

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Transcript of Red Wolf ESP

Habitat Red Wolf or Canis Rufus Diet Reproduction Life Span Range Social Interactions Cool facts!!!!! Red wolf endangered!!!!! Get in and help out Red Wolves only live 6-7 years in the wild. They live up to 15 years in captivity!!! Red Wolves use their large ears to cool down which is very essential because they live in hot places!!!! They den with coyotes, that's not safe!!!!!!! Red Wolves hunt at night, dawn or dusk. They eat nutria, rabbits, marsh rice rats, muskrats, white tailed deer,racoons and many different berries. They have a brownish or cinnamon colored pelt, with gray and black shading. They are 4-5 feet long from the tip of the nose to end of the tail and they weigh 40-80 pounds. Red wolves live in a group called a pack. They communicate through vocalization, body posture, facial expressions and scent marking. Red Wolves are mature at the age of 22 months. February- March is the mating season. In the wild, Red Wolves only live in north-eastern North Carolina. A pack consists of a breeding pair and offspring. A really great way to help out the amazing Red Wolf is to volunteer or donate at a shelter or a sanctuary that is in need of help!!!! I know of a place that would be awesome to work at, it's called Wild Spirit. I love the animals they have!!!!!!!!!!!! They live longer in captivity because they don't have any competition for food or space. The last remaining wild Red Wolves live in coastal prairie and marsh areas. Red Wolves need between 10 and 100 square miles of habitat to hunt and live. Hybridization with coyotes or red wolf-coyote hybirds is the primary threat to the Red Wolf. Humans played a big roll in how the Red Wolf became endangered. Hunting and car deaths or injurys were a cause. The Red Wolf is known for its spine tingling howl. Now there are only 100 Red Wolves in the wild. They are in only one place north-eastern North Carolia. Where I got my infomation!!!!!!!!!!!!!! www.wildones.org www.defenders.org I read in the Red Wolf part of the book by Jane Goodall called Hope for animals and their world!!!!!! BY Raelyn Anderson What I would do!!!!! I would go in and put up signs telling people that there are Red Wolves in the area. I would re-plant to Red Wolf habitat. I would go to schools and tell them about the great Red Wolf!!!!!
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