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The Gray Wolf Facts. By: Lena. Facts. The Wolf has 42 teeth The wolf has round ears The wolf is the largest in the wild canine family Wolf pups are born in April and May The average litter size for the wolf is 4 to 7 pups A pack may cover distances from 30-125 miles in a day

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The gray wolf facts

The Gray Wolf Facts

By: Lena


Facts

Facts

  • The Wolf has 42 teeth

  • The wolf has round ears

  • The wolf is the largest in the wild canine family

  • Wolf pups are born in April and May

  • The average litter size for the wolf is 4 to 7 pups

  • A pack may cover distances from 30-125 miles in a day

  • Wolves can maintain a chase for at least twenty minutes

  • It is common for wolves to be moving eight to ten hours in a day

  • The wolf does little chewing

  • A wolf can consume almost twenty pounds of prey at a feeding

  • Most packs contain less than eight members

  • Wolves actually have a low hunting success rate 


More facts

More Facts

  • Wolves are active at all times of the day in winter

  • All members of a wolf pack take part in caring for the young

  • In addition to howling, wolves bark, yap, whine, and growl

  • Packs hunt in territories of up to 600 square miles 


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http://www.alaska.net/~wolfsong/wolf_facts.html


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