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Facts About The Himalayan Wolf

Himalayan WolfThe Himalayan wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf. It is considered a fairly recent species and initially thought to be linked to the Tibetan wolf. These wolves are brown and gray, and have black and white colors in the areas of the face and along the...

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Facts About The Ethiopian Wolf

Ethiopian WolfThe Ethiopian wolf, sometimes, is mistaken for a jackal because of the small size of these wolves. They are medium in size, have very long legs and a mouth more pointed and elongated than other species. They measure approximately 90 and 100 centimeters...

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Facts About The Red Wolf

The Red Wolf The red wolf gets its name because of the reddish color of its fur, although some of them are brown so they are sometimes mistaken for wolves of other species. Another distinctive feature of red wolves is a white color around the snout area, they also...

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Facts About The Iberian wolf

The Iberian wolfThe gray wolf subspecies, known as the Iberian wolf (Canis lupus signatus), was first identified in 1907 by the Spanish zoologist Ángel Cabrera. The genetic work carried out by the biologist Robert Wayne of UCLA, has allowed us to suggest that it is a...

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Different Types Of Wolves

Introduction to wolvesWolves (Canis Lupus) are a species of carnivorous mammals, in addition the wolf is the largest member of the canid family (dog). An adult male weighs about 30-50 kg and can measure up to one meter in height, with a body length of 1.8m and 2m.On...

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The Alpha Wolf

A wolf pack is organized in a hierarchy and the highest are the alpha wolf and beta she-wolf. On the contrary, the lowest are the omega wolves. This type of social structure helps to promote unity and social order in the pack, it also helps reduce conflicts and the...

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Facts About The Gray Wolf

Gray Wolf Anatomy Gray wolves are slim, have a powerful physique with a large, deep-set chest and a sloping back. The belly of a gray wolf is retracted, the neck is muscular. Their limbs are long and robust, with relatively small legs. On each front paw, there are...

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Wolf Anatomy

The Body Of The Wolf A wolf's body is made to hunt prey and carry them. For this, the wolves have excellent senses that help them find prey. They have strong muscles and long legs to run and have powerful jaws and teeth to hold their prey. Wolves are larger than other...

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Wolves, the lions of the Northern Hemisphere

Wolves are found in North America, Europe and Asia. And in all these places, the life of the wolves is very similar to that of the lions in Africa. Like the lions, the wolves live in groups, they are carnivorous animals that collaborate with each other to hunt their...

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The Future Of Wolves

The future of the wolves depends mainly on the attitude of the people. As things are currently, there are still many people who do not understand or appreciate the wolves and some of those people are doing everything they can to destroy them. They shoot, trap or...

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What do wolves eat in the wild?

Learn What Wolves Feed OnWolves feed on meat, and are at the top of the food chain, this means they do not have to worry so much about possible predators. The fact that they are strong and social animals means that they can hunt almost any animal and then consume...

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Fun & Interesting Facts About Wolves

The Vikings wore wolf skins and drank wolf-blood before the battle, which they took with them to raise their fighting spirit. The earliest images of wolves are found in caves in the south of Europe, and they are already more than 20,000 years old. It is impossible to...

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