The Grey Wolf. By Gregory Kent Block 2. Background. Gray wolf (Canis lupus) Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae The gray wolf, A.K.A the timber wolf, is the largest species of wild canid (the dog family).
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The Grey Wolf
By Gregory Kent
The grey wolf is endangered due to being shot and poisoned as a pest by ranchers. Deforestation and changes in habitat affecting the abundance of its prey species have also been significant in its decline. Also when leaving protected woods it is a possible outcome to being hit by automobiles and trains. Thatâ€™s the main reason why the grey wolf is endangered.
I would find a wildlife organization and become part of it. Then when I was in I would give them the idea to make a bill to send to congress so that the park range would expand and the Grey Wolf and other species could survive with an improved chance.
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