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    The Gray Wolf

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    The Gray Wolf was known to have walked the Earth 100-120 million years ago. They use their howl to communicate. The average life span is 6-8 years old. They can adapted to harsh climates. The gray Wolf tends to live in the northern hemisphere, because when moved south they were killed to extinction. They topically eat larger mammals that have hooves and also eat fruit. Their packs have about 10-12 wolves, but can hold up to 36 members. The Gray Wolf travels up to 12 miles a day. You can tell who

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    The Story Of The Wolf

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    A wolf walked out of the alpha’s den and to the nervous crowd, sadly shook his head, “No,” he said, “Our beloved alpha is gone, gone to walk with the spirits.” Silence filled the wolf pack’s camp. Beta Shattered Ice, the second-in-command, stood in front of the crowd. Dipping her head, she said, “Our alpha was old, but he was a wise leader. He expanded our territory to where no wolf thought possible. May his spirit have eternal peace.” Her gaze scanned the pack and happily changed the subject. “Now

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    Wolf Populations

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    destroyed. This paper tells about how the growing population of humans is affecting wolves. It also tells how other people are trying to help the wolves find places to live. Humans have affected the history of the wolf population. One of the reasons that the human population is challenging the wolf populations is because of lack of room to roam and to live. The wolves habitat is being destroyed because we need to build more homes and more shopping malls and more stores. There are also more and more hunters

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    Teen Wolf

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    blood? If so every Monday on MTV at 10 p.m the show Teen wolf comes on. This show is so addicting and so entertaining. There are so many new shows but this one is the best on MTV. You won’t think so by the name but you just have to watch it. Teen wolf is the best T.V show on MTV because there is a lot of action, it always leaves you hanging, and the boys are so darn cute. First off there is a lot of action in the show. In the show Teen wolf they have to fight to stay alive. They also have to fight

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    Washington Wolf

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    because of how slowly it will take wolves to reach strong population levels. Smith wrote about this in a study on wolf re-establishment. He noticed that in Idaho and Wyoming, which both have large areas with minimal people (i.e. The Greater Yellowstone area and the nearly impenetrable Bitterroot Mountains), wolf populations increased rather quickly. For example, the many Yellowstone wolf packs went from the original 14 wolves in 1995 to 173 wolves in just 8 years (Stiles 99). However, in Montana, where

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    Grey Wolf

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    Out hunting their human counterparts and scaring passerby, the grey wolf has long been considered a menace. As a predator, many people refuse to view them as a creature to be protected and in an attempt to reduce their population, Congress declared open season on their species, leading their almost being hunted nearly to extinction. At their lowest point, they numbered in at about 1,400 (Center for Biological Diversity); a fraction of their earliest numbers. As an endangered species there are a few

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    Wolf Animals

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    how to hunt and protect their own. When there is a disagreement in the pack the Alpha makes a choice that whoever leaves goes and finds another pack before they get trapped and captured by humans. Their behaviors with other wolves depends on if the wolf gets along

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    Eradication Of Wolf

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    The eradication of wolves began as a result of the fear of wilderness viewed within the wolves and later as a need to protect livestock, which was viewed as prey. When Europeans came to the New World they brought with them this fear of wilderness and a need to tame or destroy such wilderness for the sake of mankind. But this does not explain the cruelness that was used as well as the extent of the eradication that went beyond the need of protection for livestock. The extent to which the wolves were

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    The Native American Wolf

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    In this essay I will be informing readers about the history of the wolf in the western part of the United States, the wolf’s status as an endangered species, and its effect on the ecosystem and what we as humans can do to manage it. In North America as far back as the 19th century, 200,000 to 500,000 wolves lived among the Native American people. Wolves played a major part in nearly all legends and mythology of the Native American tribes. Since that time, many things have changed; today, the Native

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    Aboriginal Wolf Tribe

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    into men. In the Native American culture wolves are the most common clan animals. Some of the tribes that are associated with wolf clans are the Creek (whose name is Yahalgi), the Cherokee (whose name is Aniwahya), and the Chippewa (whose name and totem is called Ma’iingan). The wolf is an important clan crest that you will often find carved into totem poles. I picked the wolf because it resembles courage, strength, loyalty, freedom of spirit, and discipline.

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