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2 RED WOLF Endangered Animal Report by Jacob and Anthony

3 Red Wolf Height about 26 inches at shoulders. Height about 26 inches at shoulders. Length 4.5 to 5.5 feet long. Length 4.5 to 5.5 feet long. Weight 50 to 80 pounds. Weight 50 to 80 pounds. Lifespan 6 to 7 years in the wild 15 years captivity. Lifespan 6 to 7 years in the wild 15 years captivity. The red wolf diet consists primarily of small mammals such as rabbits and rodents also known to eat, berries and deer. The red wolf diet consists primarily of small mammals such as rabbits and rodents also known to eat, berries and deer.

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5 Red Wolf Mating season is in the late winter. Mating season is in the late winter. The red wolfs large ears help it cool down which is essential in the hot and humid climate. The red wolfs large ears help it cool down which is essential in the hot and humid climate. The red wolf is a smaller and a more slender cousins of the gray wolf. The red wolf is a smaller and a more slender cousins of the gray wolf. The most pups they can have up to 2 8. The most pups they can have up to 2 8. Red wolfs are primarily nocturnal. Red wolfs are primarily nocturnal.

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7 Red Wolf Shy and secretive red wolf’s hunt alone or in small pack’s. Shy and secretive red wolf’s hunt alone or in small pack’s. The treats to the red wolfs are illegal killing and motor vehicles. The treats to the red wolfs are illegal killing and motor vehicles. They are from Pennsylvania and Florida. They are from Pennsylvania and Florida. Red wolfs usually run in packs. Red wolfs usually run in packs. THE red wolfs large ears help it cool down. THE red wolfs large ears help it cool down.

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9 Red Wolf Historically Red wolfs were removed from the southeast largely due to human causes. Historically Red wolfs were removed from the southeast largely due to human causes. Further negative human attitude which results in unnecessary killing of red wolfs. Further negative human attitude which results in unnecessary killing of red wolfs. Shy and secretive the red wolfs hunt by them self's or in gropes. Shy and secretive the red wolfs hunt by them self's or in gropes. Size of packs varies with the size of available pre population. Size of packs varies with the size of available pre population. Threats to the red wolfs include habitat loss due to human development. Threats to the red wolfs include habitat loss due to human development.

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