3Why I Chose My Animal?I chose my animal because it
4AppearanceA gray wolf has awesome characteristics. A gray wolf is 64 inches long. It’s length helps it to eat its prey by letting it eat bigger prey. Its tail is 22 inches long. A male weighs pounds and a female weighs pounds. The gray wolf has many unique characteristics. This may help it survive in the wild
5HabitatA gray wolf has awesome characteristics. A gray wolf is 64 inches long. It’s length helps it to eat its prey by letting it eat bigger prey. Its tail is 22 inches long. A male weighs pounds and a female weighs pounds. The gray wolf has many unique characteristics. This may help it survive in the wild
6DietDo you know what a gray wolf eats? A gray wolf eats many animals like lemmings and moose. They also eat elk and whole chickens. They eat deer too. And they eat caribou, dall, sheep, voles, ground squirrels, snowshoe hares, beavers, birds, fish, rabbits, beef, knuckle bones, and trout. It eats many, many things. Without food, they would not survive in the wild.
7FamilyA gray wolf has an exciting family. There are about 20 wolves in a pack. When the pups are older, they live away from the den. Adults work together to hunt food and take care of their babies. By winter, the pups can hunt with the pack. The mother protects the pups. Without parents, the pups won’t survive.
8Predator/Prey/AdaptThere are dangers for a gray wolf. The gray wolf is hunted by humans. It also has habitat loss. Its predator is the coyote. The mother will growl when an enemy comes close. It may even attack if the enemy come closer. The gray wolf does have dangers. Without dangers gray wolves may survive.
9Interesting FactsThere are interesting facts about the gray wolf. A gray wolf can hold 1,500 pounds with their jaws and can smell prey miles away. And can hunt prey 10 times their size! They also can eat 20 pounds during a meal! Each wolf plays a role in hunting. They are interesting characteristics. Without them, the gray wolf may not survive.
11About The ResearcherMy name is Zachary Beacham. I live in Kenmore, Wa with my family. I am a second grade student at Moorlands Elementary. I like to read, write and have fun. I also like swimming and playing on the trampoline. I look forward to our animal report and I hope I will have fun doing it too.