Wolf Information Index

  • Wolf Habitat
    Some species of wolves only live in the United States in forests and other areas where animals are plentiful for them to consume due to their dietary needs.
  • Wolf Feeding
    You may be surprised to find that they can consume up to 20 pounds of meat in a single feeding.
  • Wolf Reproduction
    When it comes to the actual mating, only the lead male and female will actually do so. This is why it is often hard to get the number of wolves to increase.
  • Wolf Anatomy
    The body of a wolf allows it to be able to survive in a variety of different locations.
  • Wolf Communication
    The howl of the wolf can be heard from miles around. It is the trademark by which these very animals are known.
  • Wolf Body Language
    The wolf is one of the best communicators out there when it comes to the use of body language.
  • Wolf Predators
    Sometimes fights over food sources can lead to the wolves having enemies that normally wouldn’t be there.
  • Wolf Social Structure
    The leader of the pack is the alpha male and his mate is the beta female. Many believe that the social order of a pack is determined by fear and dominance of the one in charge.
  • Wolf Territorial Behavior and Dispersion
    It is estimated that at least 10% of the territory of a wolf pack is covered daily. They aren’t idle for very long, making it hard to track where they are actually at.

 

 

Introduction to Wolves

 

Wolves are a class of the canine family, and they seem to do very well in the right environment. In fact, they are the largest of all canines with exception of some dog species. They are meat eaters and can range in size considerably depending on where they live. Some of them are only about 55 pounds full grown while others can be up to 200 pounds. They can range in size from 40 to 65 inches in length. Such a measurement is from the tip of the nose to the end of the tail.

 

They have long gotten a bad reputation out there in the wild. They are very intelligent animals that live in groups that are known as packs. They have thick fur to help them survive in a variety of climates. They are found to live in many places throughout the Northern Hemisphere. However, the amount of roaming space that they have continues to get smaller all the time.

 

Wolves live in small groups that are called packs. They can have from 6 to 20 members in them at a time. They have a very large range that they cover from 33 to 6,200 km2. They hunt as a group which makes it possible for them to take down large prey such as moose and elk. This type of kill helps to ensure there is plenty of food to go around for the entire pack.

 

You will find more information and everything you need to know on the Website 

 

http://www.wolfworlds.com/

 

 

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