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Explore the wonders that we humans wonder about wolves everyday. See the ways of the wolves and how they commuitcate to other wolves in their pack, a lone wolf, or another pack of wolves in their terriory.

Chloe Peaco

on 3 February 2014

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Transcript of Wolves

The Story Of The Wolf
About A Wolf
Wolves are mammals which survive in wild areas where humans are not found. Wolves are also carnivores, which means they
mainly eat meat but they also can eat many other foods. The wolf diet ranges from big game, such as elk and moose, to earthworms, berries and grasshoppers. Wolves can communicate with each other by howling, barking, growling, and many poseurs.
The Habitat For
Wolves are mainly known for living in snowy areas, but they can live in deserts ( That have a source of water and food ),
forests, and many other areas.
The Northern Hemisphere forms the perfect region for the wolves to live in. Wolves will only survive in an environment that can provided sources of water and other mammals that also live in the area that can be a source of food. However, if there are no other mammals in the area then the wolves can eat different types of plants or bugs that can provide water and food like materials that can sustain a wolf.
Kingdom - Animalia (all animals)
Phylum - Chordata (animals with notochords)
Subphylum - Vertebrata (animals with a skeleton of bone or cartilage)
Class - Mammalia (Mammals)
Subclass - Eutheria (placental mammals)
Order - Carnivora (carnivores. Eg: cats, dogs,bears.)
Family - Canidae (dog family)
Genus - Canis (dogs)
The Classification Of A Wolf
Alive Wolf Species
Gray Wolf
Arctic Wolf
Red Wolf
Eurasian Wolf
Maned Wolf
Indian Wolf
Eastern Wolf
Ethiopian Wolf
The scientific name :Canis lupus
Extinct Wolves Species
Dire Wolf
Kenai Peninsula Wolf
New Found Land Wolf
Mogollon Mountain Wolf
Texas Gray Wolf
Great Plains Wolf
Hokkaido Wolf
Hondo Wolf
The Evolution Of a Wolf
A Hesperocyoninae looks like a cross between a weasel and a fox. This animal is part of the three sub-families of the canid faimly, Which was the first group evolved in North America about 40 million years ago.
A Borophaginae evolved from the Hesperocyinae about 34 million years ago. This animal looks like a large hyena-like animal with huge jaw muscles and study teeth.
Now the Caninae sub-family is still in existence. The Hesperocyons and Borophgines, who were restricted to North America, migrated in the last 5 million years resulted in the creation of the Caninae sub-family.
Evolved Characteristic

Ditigrade gives the abiltiy to walk on one's toes. This advanced ability causes wolves to walk and run faster making it easier to out run a predator or catch its' prey.
Wolves started becoming a hypocarnivore,over millions of years ago. This means the wolf at one point did not eat all meat. This characteristic is the reason for the development of the wolf's diet. However, now they are carnivores.
Bone Cracking
This ability makes it possible for wolves to hunt and most importantly to consume its prey.

Bone Cracking
Thank You For Taking Your Time To View This Prezi. I Hope You Have Found Out Something New That You Have Never Known About A Wolf. Again Thank You.
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