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Transcript of Wolves
Wolfs eat deers,mountain goats,moose and beavers.A wolf can eat around 9 kilograms of food in one meal.
What do Wolves
Wolves play-fight when they are pups (babies). As they get older they start to hunt with their pack (wolves ususlly live in groups of 3-6). When hunting a pack will surround the prey and one of them will go in to attack the prey.
If unsuccessful the wolf will retreat and let another wolf try to kill the prey (this rareley happens), or it will call in the whole pack. Wolves kill by biting the prey on the neck, makes a quick and easy kill for small prey.
Very long video!!!
3 Interesting Information
THE IMPORTANCE OF WOLVES
1.Wolves do not make good guard dogs because they are naturally afraid of the unfamiliar and will hide from visitors rather than bark at them.
2.Wolves have about 200 million scent cells. Humans have only about 5 million. Wolves can smell other animals more than one mile (1.6 kilometers) away.
3.A wolf baby's eyes are blue at birth. Their eyes turn yellow by the time they are eight months old.
Wolves are important to the health of their prey and also surprisingly plants and vegetation but nowadays they are endangered so show your love and stop that bullet from flying out!
NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY EATING OR DRINKING IS ALLOWED
The gray wolf, also known as the timber wolf, true wolf or western wolf is a canid native to the wilderness and remote areas of North America, Eurasia, and North Africa. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Canis lupus
Height: 80 – 85 cm (Adult, At Shoulder)
Gestation period: 62 – 75 d
Lower classifications: Labrador wolf, Manitoba wolf, Eastern wolf, more
Mass: 40 kg on average (Adult, Female), 0.3 – 0.5 kg (Newborn), 50 kg on average (Adult, Male)
Speed: 50 – 60 km/h (Running), 8 – 9 km/h (Loping pace)
Made by: Lawrence
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