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Wolves

wolves
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Elizabeth Nesan

on 17 May 2016

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Transcript of Wolves

Wolves
There are many types of wolves. There is the Red wolf, the Indian wolf, the Ethiopian wolf, the Eastern wolf, and last but not least the Himalayan wolf.
Wolves are mostly carnivores. They eat things like elk, moose, deer, and musk oxen, to things like berries, grasshoppers, and earthworms. Some smaller things they eat are beavers, rabbits and fish.
Some wolves that cannot find a pack that will let them join hunt by themselves. The pack will chase there pray for miles until the prey gets tired. If the pack does not finish there meal they will bury it under icy soil or snow.
Wolves are mainly found in cold places but in all depends on the type. For example, the Timber wolf lives in the forest or the woods. You can find wolves in Canada, Russia, Greenland, Iceland, Northern Europe, and Alaska. Wolves will stay in any area. Some species such as the Red wolf lives in caves also known as dens.
When a wolf feels threatened they bare there teeth, pull back there ears and growl. When they are happy there roll over and show there bellies. Whenever a wolf wants to play they put one paw up.
Wolves have been around since the Ice Age. And up until today wolves still eat the same prey, live in similar habitats, and there communication is very much alike to how it has been many years ago. It is believed that dogs are descendants of wolves. what do you think?
By: Elizabeth
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