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By Corbin Molina.  Wolves are a type of animal that are like dogs but different.  They are actually the ancestors of dogs!  Wolves are mammals. Mammals.

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1 By Corbin Molina

2  Wolves are a type of animal that are like dogs but different.  They are actually the ancestors of dogs!  Wolves are mammals. Mammals are warm blooded animals that don’t lay eggs.

3  Wolves live in Rocky Mountains, Artic tundra's, thick forest and valleys.  Northern wolves are well adapted to cold weather and change habits to avoid hot weather.

4  What wolfs eat depends on their habitat.  Northern wolves eat moose, caribou, musk oxen and bison. Mountain wolves eat wild sheep. Forest wolves eat deer and elk.

5  Living in the wilderness wolves have to compete with other wolves to get food and territory.  Wolves also have to protect their young from other predators.  Humans are wolves’ most dangerous competition for food and territory.

6  Wolves wait for their prey to run so they don’t get hurt from the hooves of the prey.  Wolves try to make the prey run. If the prey doesn’t run, the wolves soon leave and look for an easier prey.

7  Wolves have been in folk tales for a long time.  Wolves are in a lot of folktales like “Little red riding hood”.  Wolves in folktales sometimes get tricked, are evil or happy and helpful.

8  Dudley, Karen. Wolves. Austin: Steck-Vaughn, 1997.Print.  “Gray wolf.” Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia foundation, inc. 28 April April This is thepicture ofthe bookthat I usedfor thispowerpoint.


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