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A Timber Wolf's Life

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S: A Timber Wolf's Life

BC: Information by:www.Akol@school.com

FC: BY:Anastacia and McKenna Rowe

1: Female Timber Wolf's have litters to one to eleven pups.When Timber Wolf's are pups they can have a lot of fur Just like adults but more. Timber Wolf's can die from disease or injury.If a Timber Wolf pup tries to attack a porcupine it may die from the infection from the quills.Timber Wolf's pup has always been hunted.

2: Timber Wolf's have silvery,gray brown backs.Timber Wolf's can communicate by howling.When Timber Wolf's communicate they can hear there howl from far away.When Timber Wolf's bite there teeth soaks into your skin.The two lead parents are called the alpha male and a alpha

3: Timber Wolf's in Europe and Asia.They can also be found in Prairies and forests.Timber Wolf's come in packs.A pack usually has ten to six wolfs.Every wolf has a place in it's pack.

4: Timber Wolf's have bushy tails and light tan underparts.If a member doesn't like it's number in the wolf pack it can either challenge the leaders or leave the territory and become a lone wolf.Communication is important of the Timber Wolf's life.They communicate by howling,barking and, growling.

5: Timber Wolf's eat deer,bison,moose,elk,caribou,hares,beavers,birds,muskoxen,bighorn sheep and other small rodents.When they find food they call each other to tell them food is near.Timber Wolves always eat in packs.Sometimes they kill people because they have no food to eat.

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