The Gray Wolf By Dolan and lauren
The Gray Wolf Slide 1: Introductory Paragraph Slide 2: Anatomy/Physical Description Slide 3: Facts Slide 4: Diet/Food Chain Slide 5: Food Chain Slide 6: Life Cycle Slide 7:Movement Slide 8: Species Survival Status Slide 9: Habitat Slide 10: Behavior/Something Special Slide 11: Adaptations Slide 12: Conclusion Glossary Bibliography
Introduction Pounce, bite, yum. That’s the Gray Wolf. It is an amazing animal. Join us to learn more about the Gray Wolf.
Physical description The Gray Wolf can be different colors like gray, brown, cinnamon and many other colors. The Gray Wolf also has long legs for running and jumping and big ears for hearing prey. They have powerful jaws for eating meat. The gray Wolf looks like a German Shepherd.
FACTS When people didn’t kill wolves they would hunt together . Their breeding season is February and March. Threats to survival are humans and habitat loss.
Food chain The Gray Wolf is a carnivore, that means that it only eats meat. They eat elk , voles, and even buffalo. There is only one thing that kills wolves, that is humans.
Life cycle The Gray Wolf’s life cycle is simple. It’s baby or pup , kid, young adult and finally adult. See, just simple.
Movement The Gray Wolf moves stealthily to creep up on prey, so they aren’t seen.
Species Survival Status The Gray Wolf is endangered because people kill them to make carpets and coats out of their fur. Some people just go out and kill wolves even though they are endangered.
Habitat The Gray Wolf lives in the desert mountains. The red part on this map shows where wolves live. The green part shows were they once lived, or are not living there.
Behavior The gray wolf is usually calm unless it is hunting or something attacks it. If a human comes in contact with a wolf, the wolf will probably try to kill it.
Adaptations The gray wolf adapts to its mountains biome. It has long fur to keep warm and sharp teeth for eating meat. They also have great noses for sniffing out prey.
Thanks For Watching We really hope you learned something new about the fascinating features of the Gray Wolf.
Glossary • Breeding - the process by which young animals, birds, etc., are produced by their parents • Threat - someone or something that could cause trouble, harm, etc • Stealthily - quiet and secret in order to avoid being noticed • Endangered - threatened with extinction • Biome - a complex biotic community characterized by distinctive plant and animal species and maintained under the climatic conditions of the region, especially such a community that has developed to climax.
Bibliography • Book: Gray Wolf by Chris Reiter • Website: Defenders of Wildlife • Website: Wildlife • Website: Dictionary.com