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A cub will start hunting at 2-3 years old.
The adverage wolf can live up to about 3-4 years in the wild. 3-11 years total. this would mean that wolves could be killing for
Team Enderance
Red Wolf
Talia Klippel, Wyatt Sira, Dylan Moules,Autumn Edwards


a wolf can hear 6-10 miles away from where they are depending on the terrain.
a wolf has about a 180 degree vision. They are also very quick to the smallest bit of movement,
The red wolf and other wolves can see up to 6-10 miles away.
98 percent of a wolves diet is meat they will almost always kill an animal.
According to our video conference with Travis bitters says wolves do not hibernate, because the prey is out during the winter so they don't have to worry about not having enough food for the winter.That means that the wolves will be killing and lowering the population of deer.
A wolf can smell up to 1.75 mies away.
A wolve's trot is about 8 to 10
miles per hour, when it is chasing its prey it can run up to 35 miles per hour.
A wolve's jaw strength is up to
1,500 pounds per square-inch
and a german shepard's jaw
strength is 750 pounds per square
inch. A red wolf can eat up to 22 1/2 pounds of food in one sitting.
Northville grade

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Travis Bitters states that there are about 400 wolves outside of Yellowstone park and 100 outside of yellow.
The wolves should not be reintroduced beacuse it will put a huge impact on the population of deer and is
dangerment to livestock

Should the wolf be introduced into the Adirondacks?
red wolves are found most like in the southeastern parts of the U.S.
gray wolves are found mostly in North America and Alaska
red wolves live in forest, prairies, and sometimes swamps
www.defenders.org/red-wolf/basic-factsDefenders of Wildlife
animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/.../wo...National Geographic Society
tracker.cci.fsu.edu/redwolf/about/where/
Bibliography
"Wolves look much like large German shepherd dogs. But has longer legs, bigger feet, a wider head, and a long bushy tail. Most adult male wolves weigh from 75 to 120 pounds. They measure from 5 to 6 1/2 feet long, including the tail, ansd are about 2 1/2 feet tall at the shoulder. Female wolves are smaller than the males."
magazines.scholastic.com ›

"In fact,the most serious impediment to wolves reintroduction has been animosity toward them from some ranchers and hunters, who say wolves kill livestock and reduce game herds on public lands." is what Julie Cart states in August 2015.
www.pressreader.com/usa/los-angeles-times/20150821/.../TextView
Bitters, Travis. Video conference interview by Class of 2022 Northville Central School. 9 Dec. 2015.
"Wolf." World Book. N.p.: n.p., n.d. N. pag. World book. Web...
fun facts
Each wolf is required to eat 7 pounds per wolf per day
"As many as 2 million gray wolves once roamed the United States. But for decades, hunters and ranchers killed wolves for sport or to protect their livestock. By the 1970s, the gray wolf had nearly vanished south of Canada." This diproves our point. The statement below disproves this statement
Bubar, Joe. "Big Bad Wolves?." Scholastic News 5/6. 05 Jan. 2015: 6+. SIRS Discoverer. Web. 23 Nov. 2015.
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