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Wolf. by Megan and Sean W. Wolf habitats. The wolf’s population in Idaho, Michigan, Montana, Utah, and Wisconsin are removed from the protection of the Endangered Species Act.

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Wolf

by Megan and Sean W

wolf habitats
Wolf habitats
  • The wolf’s population in Idaho, Michigan, Montana, Utah, and Wisconsin are removed from the protection of the Endangered Species Act.
  • If humans were as varied as do dogs, we would range in height up to 22 feet tall and weigh more than 1,000 pounds.
  • NGC traces the genetic journey from wolf to dog.
wolves
Wolves
  • Wolfs play as characters in fairy tails.
  • The wolf is recognized as the ancestor of all dog species.
  • Wolves eat large meals like moose, caribou, and deer.
types of wolves
Types of wolves
  • The wolf (or timber wolf) has been in many different lights, from “ Big, Bad Wolf” to Spiritual Being.
  • Wolves are the largest of all canines .
  • At 60-90 cm (2-3ft) at shoulders and( 4.5-6.5ft) in length, wolves in weight from 25-60 kg (55-130 lb.)
wolves in this time
WOLVES IN THIS TIME
  • Wolves take viewers back 100,000 years to meet the mothers of all dogs.
  • Humans have been selectively training them for around 14,000 years to serve us.
  • Specially-trained dogs from the group, Conservation Canines, have been assisting scientists protecting endangered species since 1997.
wolves senses
Wolves’ senses
  • With their highly sophisticated sense of smell paired with their insatiable urge to play.
  • Dogs can track scat (animal droppings) from miles and miles away.
  • Wolves are not really big, and bad wolves aren’t even harmful to humans.
wolves list of foods
Wolves list of foods
  • The wolves list includes tigers.
  • The wolves list also includes fishes and spotted owls.
  • Plus it includes bears, and caribou.
pictures taken from
Pictures taken from
  • www.Free Fever.com
  • www.Firstpeople.us
  • space-wolves-grey.blogspot.com
  • Howlingforjustic.wordpress.com
  • Ecowatch.com