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Transcript of Arctic Wolves
By: Fred H. Harrington
The Arctic wolf lives in cold climates. To stay warm they have dense fur to keep them warm. They also have rounded ears, shorter muzzles and legs so they loose less heat.
All gray wolves hunt prey such as deer and caribou. They can all mate too. Arctic wolf females usually have 2-3 puppies in late May- early June, almost every year. Puppies are born with a brownish coat and blue eyes, then their coats turn white and they have golden eyes. They are born in/ stay in rock caves.
There are three species of wolves. Gray wolves, Red wolves, and Ethiopian wolves. Arctic wolves are Gray wolves that live in the far North.
The parent carries food in their stomachs for 6 miles, then regurgitate the food for their puppies. They eat rabbits that weigh up to 12 pounds.
Global Warming and Climate Change are endangering Arctic Wolf. We can stop this by using less gas and oil.
The Arctic is very dark and cold. IN the summer the sun shines 24 hours a day and in the winter not at all. Arctic wolves live there year round. They have a special layer of cells in their eyes to help them see by moonlight or the northern lights.
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Puppies are able to eat regurgitated meat when they are one month old
Musk Oxen are the biggest prey for Arctic Wolves
They can see the arctic hares from a miles away