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The wolf and wolverine are known to be two different types of species coming from two different groups. The names are similar so people may assume that they are the same even if they are not. The Wolverine only refers to just one type of species but a wolf can be used to categorize different...Read More

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People did not bring a gun to chase the wolf in The Boy Who Cried Wolf. The Boy Who Cried Wolf is one of Aesop's Fables, numbered 210 in the Perry Index. From it is derived the English idiom "to cry wolf", defined as "to give a false alarm" in Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable and glossed...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is D, their place of origin. Wolfpacks are a group of wolves that live, travel, and eat together as a group. Wolves are known for being social carnivores, which is instrumental to the pack thriving as a group. The bags usually are family members, with close...Read More

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It depends on what foot you’re interested in. If you’re looking at a wolf’s hind feet, you’ll find four toes on each foot. On the other hand, their forefeet have five toes each - for a total of eighteen toes on a wolf. Unlike humans, the toes are not used for balance or...Read More

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The average gray or red wolf pup litter will have four to six pups. It’s a good sized family, so it typically takes a whole pack to raise the children. The pack, after all, is meant to help raise the children. When the children are grown, they then leave the pack to start their own packs....Read More

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A wolf has forty-two teeth, twenty on the upper jaw and twenty-two on the lower jaw. These jaws have one of the largest bite forces in a canine. A grown wolf can easily crush bone in its mouth in just a few bites. This comes from their number of premolars, the teeth that can allow the animal,...Read More

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The wolf is an animal that is known for living in the wild. It is actually at one time part of the dog family. It is found in North America, Europe, and Asia. Its perked and pointy ears recognize it, it's the coloring of gray, brown and white and its snout. Wolves are known for being...Read More

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