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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Adaptions of Gray Wolves The Adaptions of Gray Wolves Gray Wolves have webbed paws giving them a better way to cross ice and snow than the domestic dog. Resources: One of the greatest adaptations of a wolf is that they live, travel and hunt in packs. On average they have 7 to 8 members. Packs include the mother and father wolves, their pups and older offspring. The alphafemale and male are the pack leaders that track andhunt prey, choose den sites and establish the pack's territory. Other members of the pack my try to take position as alpha and challenge the leader to a fight with the winner becoming (or in the previous alphas case remaining) alpha. Wolves develop strong social bonds within their packs. Packs Wolves have a complex communication system ranging from barks and whines to growls and howls. While they don't actually howl at the moon, they are more active at dawn and dusk, and they do howl more when it's lighter at night, which occurs more often when the moon is full. Communication Paws Wolves eat ungulates, or large hoofed mammals, like elk, deer, moose and caribou, as well as beaver, rabbits and other small prey. Wolves can also be scavengers at times of need and eat animals that have died due to other causes Diet Gray wolves are canines with long bushy tails that are often black-tipped. Coat color is typically a mix of gray and brown with buffy facial markings and undersides, but the color can vary from solid white to brown or black. General Description < Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Gray Wolves have smelling and hearing power far greater than that of humans. Ears and Nose
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