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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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Wolf Family Values

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    In “Scared to Death” by Ed Yong and Sharon Levy’s “Wolf Family Values,” we read about the need to protect the population of wolves in North America. These two articles have very different ways to go about this. Ed Yong talks about the wolf effects on elk as well as the rest of the environment. Levy’s approach is about wolf social structure and how it is impacted by hunting. Both of these make some valid points on why more conservation efforts should be made; however, I believe Ed Yong made the

  • Wolf Behavior Analysis

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    Although they may change ranks throughout their lives, wolves adhere to a strict social hierarchy usually dependent on the strength and aggressive behaviors of each member of the pack. These behaviors affect how each individual wolf interacts with other members of the pack and which role they assume. The more aggressive and dominant wolves are the alphas, consisting of a male and female mated pair. The betas are the second in command of the pack and will assume leadership of the group while the alphas

  • Arctic Wolf Essay

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    Have you ever seen an arctic wolf? If you have, it was probably in a zoo or movie. Did you know that the arctic wolf is a subspecies of the grey wolf? The arctic wolf mainly inhabits Northern Canada and Alaska, parts of Greenland and Iceland, and Northern Europe. They are able to withstand subzero temperatures and spend five out of every twelve months in total darkness. The temperature rarely ever rises above -22 F. They hunt lemmings, rodents, and Arctic hare, but they will take larger prey as

  • Wolf Wars Summary

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    Wolf Wars Chadwick, Douglas. “Wolf Wars” National Geographic 1 Mar. 2010:34-55. print The purpose of writing the article Wolf Wars was to inform the reader about new situations in the west. The reason is to inform the reader of what problems wolves have been causing. In the article, the Author explains of how wolves became endangered and then flourished once more. The thesis of this article is that wolves, once endangered, have come back and started to flourish causing mixed feelings for locals

  • The Arctic Wolf : The Endangered Species Of The Arctic Wolf

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    Arctic Wolf The majority of people in the world probably do not know that the Arctic wolf is endangered. There are about 200,000 Arctic wolves left in the world. They are considered in the least concerned category, so people have time to help save them. According to the website Arcticwolfproject.weebly.com, the Arctic wolf, or the Canis lupus arctos, is smaller than the Eastern wolf, but bigger than the Arabian wolf. The wolf’s fur color is mainly white, and sometimes grey, so they can blend in with

  • Arctic Wolf

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    dangerous and mysterious. I’m here to tell you how the life of a wolf is, and how they’re not dangerous to us humans. Wolves mainly live in the Arctic, North America, Europe, and Asia. Like in the Arctic, and North America they've learned to survive on fat stored amongst their bodies. There are over 12,000 wolves that live in Europe like the Eurasian wolf, a Russian Forest Wolf which is a type of grey wolf. In Asia grey wolves used to live there but now most just

  • Essay on The Gray Wolf

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    This report is all about the gray wolf. Its scientific name is Canis Lupis. Canis is the Latin word for dog. The genus also includes jackals and coyotes. Lupis is the Latin word for wolf. Gray wolves look similar to German shepherds, but the wolf has longer legs and bigger feet. The color of a gray wolf can range from black to white, but shades of gray are the most common. A unique feature about gray wolves is that the farther north you find them, the larger they are. Males can range from (nose-to-tail)