Grey Wolf

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Zoology
Grade:
5

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Grey Wolf

SizeThe wolf can be about 6.5 feet (two meters long) including the tail. A female is slightly smaller. A pup can be one to two feet long including the tail.

Unique TraitsA wolf can run a long distance without tiring. These animals have some strong legs! People say that dogs were even descended form wolves.

ClassificationKingdom: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataClass: MammaliaOrder: CarnivoraFamily: CanidaeGenus: CanisSpecies: Canis Lupus

Taken From: commons.wikipedia.org

AppearanceThe wolf looks like a large dog with thick fur, pointed ears, a rounded snout, big feet, and long legs. It's fur can range in color. It can have grey, brown, red, white, and black fur.

Works Cited"Grey Wolf Videos, Photos and Facts." - Canis Lupus. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Sept. 2015."Wolf." Britannica Student Encyclopedia: An A to Z Encyclopedia. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2015. N. pag. Kids InfoBits. Web. 22 Sept. 2015. <http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?id=GALE|LUECPU755799128&v=2.1&u=long37882&it=r&p=ITKE&sw=w&asid=884a4ce0e27a31df0686ae2377c70771>.

Scientific Name: Canis Lupus

Taken From: en.wikipedia.org

IntroductionYou hear a loud howl. You decide to follow the sound and see a dark figure in the corner of your eye. This figure is a wolf. You hide behind a tree and study it as you get used to the dark. You look up and see the full moon high in the sky. All of a sudden, you hear the sound of another wolf far away. The wolf in front of you races off toward the sound. Despite it's fierce territorial protection, the wolf is a very calm animal but everyone thinks it's a mean, careless one.

Grey WolfBy: Hayden Rose

Taken From: Pixabay.com

Backgroud Taken From: Commons.wikipedia.org

HabitatIt lives in the North American, European, and Asian forests! Wolves live in packs (groups of animals that hunt and live together). There are usually two alphas, the female having the pups of the pack, and the male for mating with the female. The pups become later members of the pack.

Taken From: Public-domain-image.com

Video By: North of Sixty


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