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Roxanne Garcia

on 26 September 2011

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facts about Wolves The wolf is the largest in the wild canine family
The wolf has 42 teeth
The wolf has extremely powerful jaws capable of generating 1,500 psi pressure
The wolf lives in a pack, family oriented social structure
Wolves communicate with each other more by harmony and integration rather than by aggression and submission
The wolf's sense of smell is more than 100 times greater than a human
Wolves howl to greet one another, to indicate their location, to define their territorial boundaries, and to call the pack together
In addition to howling, wolves bark, yap, whine, and growl
Although wolves are feared throughout much of the world, documented attacks on people are extremely rare
Wolves are active at all times of the day in winter
There are two species of the wolf in North America, the Gray Wolf and the Red Wolf

Wolves are territorial and defend their territory through vocalizations and scent marking
The wolf is an ultimate predator at the top of the food chain
The wolf is designed for running, catching and killing large animals
last but not least, the wolf is my favorite animal. (:
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