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The Timber Wolves!
Transcript of The Timber Wolves!
The Latin and the scientific name for the Timber Wolf is Canis Lupus. Canis means dog and Lupus means wolf, so the name is dog wolf.
Though the wolves have a specific name they're mostly called
They have pointy ears, mostly grey fur, excellent ears, sharp eyes, long muzzle, 4 legs, and standing 26-32 inches.Female wolves weigh about 80 pounds.(36 kg).The male weighs about 90 pounds.(41 kg).The Timber Wolf's jaws are 2x the power than the German Shepherd!
The Timber Wolves live in the forests in
North America , Europe , Asia , and the Middle East. Some scientists believe that there are still some timber wolves in Korea and Japan.
Where are they in the Food Chain?
They would be behind the hunters and bears.Timber Wolves eat caribous,rabbits,deer,moose,field
rats,cattle,sheep,and arctic hares.
Wolves eat caribous,rabbits,deer,moose,field rats,cattle,sheep,and arctic hares.
They are obedient because they always obey and listen to the Alpha couple. They are playful because the pups play with each other. They are intelligent because they can hunt the prey with a strategy born inside their head. Timber wolves are co-operative because they always hunt in a group or they will be kicked out of pack, and starve.
The grey wolf's adaptations are the snow forests and they blend into the snow. This can help them camouflage in a snowy forests to catch prey easier.
The Alpha female gestates 3-14 pups in one litter.The young feeds on milk for the first 2 months. The cubs develop for 9 weeks.For two weeks the pups open their eyes and can eat meat and the mother regurgitates the food into the pups mouth.
Their predators are grizzly bears
Why is this animal important?
The Timber Wolves is important because if we didn't have wolves the population of the caribou,rabbit,deer,moose,cattle, and sheep will over flow the whole entire forest.
THE BIG QUESTION!
If Timber Wolves were extinct their prey that the wolves eat would over populate and when that happens, the Earth will be unbalanced.
The Fascinating Timber Wolves!
WE ARE TIMBER WOLVES!
Our Animal is a mammal
The Timber wolves are a warm-blooded animal.
As a mammal they have a vertebrae, nurse milk to the young, and have fur. In fact, Timber Wolves have 2 thick layers of fur to help them survive the freezing temperature in North America.
This is one of the timber wolf's prey.
<--- MEAN HUNTERS!
<--- This is the bear chasing the timber wolf
From our fantastic Creators: Matthew N.
And not forgetting...
LIGHT BLUE= Ocean
GREY=No timber wolves here
Where They Live
The Timber Wolves are obedient the way they
will always listen to the older, when that happens the older will always listen to the
The Timber Wolves pups will always be playful because that is their joy of life! Pups and the adults will play with each other, but not often. When the pups get to rough,the mom wolf or the dad will carry the pup with their mouth lifting them up to their "time out" place.
Timber Wolves were born to have high IQ to think. They always have strategies like hunting the younger and easy animals to digest and capture.
They co-operative because they will help each other in hunting and healing others. Also, they are really helpful to their pack/group.
FOOD CHAIN PICTURE!
How They Communicate
The Timber Wolves will communicate with their face/head and their tail.
These are the pictures of their head communication and tail communication.
Friendly, submissive, aggressive, and defensive.
Timber Wolf Packs
Each Timber Wolf pack will have a specific amount on how many members they will have. This will depend on the Alpha couple to decide on how many members they should have. The highest amount of the numbers of members they have are 30, but that is super rare. Each pack mostly will have only 10 group members or lower.
If you want to know the reason go to the next frame.
The reason a pack only has 10 members is because if it has 50
all those timber wolves will have to kill and hunt for more and more prey for their whole entire pack, plus every time the timber wolves capture and kills a prey they always let the Alpha eat first. Or else they will be KICKED out.
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Once they will catch all their food and prey there might be even only a few of their prey or the whole entire hare species (just a example) will be extinct. That's why they should all be away from sharing prey and only have 10 or less members of each pack.
What is a Alpha, Beta, Omega, and a subordinate?
Alpha: The main leaders of the pack.(if a timber wolf wants to be an Alpha wolf they will quit the pack and make a new one themselves)
Beta: The Beta are the substitutes for the Alpha couple. Also they are the second ranked wolves in a whole pack, allowing the Beta wolves to command the lower ranked subordinates.
Omega: A low ranked timber wolf.
Subordinate: A wolf that's a Beta, or Omega.
The Timber Wolves have many different abilities.
Like say, they can run 40 miles per hour!!!!! They have good sense of hearing and could hear other timber wolves and animals from 10 miles away!! The Timber Wolves also has a good sense of scent, by smelling their prey 1.75 meters away! From a human way it is like smelling A hamburger blocks away!
Timber Wolf diseases are mostly by horseflies, flukes, mosquitoes, deer flies, tapeworms, ticks, pin worms, round worms, mange mites and louses. Timber Wolves common diseases are: rabies, cancer, arthritis, kidney disease, heart disease and distemper which makes you cough a lot.
The Fascinating Timber Wolves!!