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Arctic Wolves

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BY: Jeremy Robinson 9-01 Arctic Wolves or
Canis Lupus Arctos The Arctic Wolf is a interesting endangered animal because it is different than any other animal for what it does and what it can do. The Arctic Wolf Avoiding predators Behavioural Adaptations Arctic Wolf They have camouflage in the winter because of the colour of their fur. They have good size ears to hear their predators. They also have very good noses to smell predators from far away. Interestingly though, they actually don't have any predators other than man. Structural Adaptations Baby Arctic Wolves Sources: Avoiding Predators They join packs so they can fight predators together. They howl to join into packs to help each other. If predators see them in packs, they would know they would lose in a fight. So their predators will decide not to fight them so they won't get hurt or even die. Structural Adaptations Getting sufficient resources for its survival Arctic wolves have excellent hearing and also great smell to get food and water. They also have white fur to be camouflaged in the winter to get food without noticing them. They also are very smart so they can easily find or make shelter. They only live in forested areas so they have unlimited oxygen. Behavioral Adaptations Getting sufficient resources for its survival They live in packs to find food and water easier and faster. They can make shelter or find shelter easier when in packs. Overall, they work well together for their survival. Structural Adaptations Reproduction They are in packs so it is easy to find a mate instead of wondering in a forest and getting lucky and finding a mate. They also have two or three pups in reproduction so when the mating season is on, they get a massive amount of pups to add to their pack. Behavioral Adaptation Reproduction Wolves howl to attract their mates. Males can also fight over the females to mate with each other. They also mate for their whole lives and usually with the original wolf they mated with the previous season. www.Wikipedia.com
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www.switchzoo.com A Beautiful Arctic Wolf Related Species #1 The Grey Wolf or Canis Lupus Gray wolves are the biggest of it's family. They average 43-45kg. They live in remote areas of North America, Eurasia, and North Africa. They have larger heads, narrower chests, longer legs, straighter tails and bigger paws than most of the other kinds of wolves. Related Species #2 Eastern Wolf or Canis Lupus lycoan The Eastern wolf is a distinct species of wolf. They are native to the eastern part of North America. They also are closely related to the red wolf and some have also contained some instances of mating with coyotes. It is called the "Eastern Wolf" because it obviously lives in all of the East of North America such as Ontario and Quebec and and some in Newfoundland and Labradour.
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