Are You The Best Wolf Expert?

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Are You The Best Wolf Expert?? - Quiz

This quiz is based off of every single wolf fact known right now. Do not use any other sources but your own mind! if you cheat, you are not welcomed into my wolf pack. . . If you get 100 percent without cheating. . . You are welcomed into the pack! <3


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is the grey wolf's scientific name?

    • A.

      Canis killiaris

    • B.

      Canis rufus

    • C.

      Canis lupus

    • D.

      Canis simensis

    Correct Answer
    C. Canis lupus
    Explanation
    The grey wolf's scientific name is Canis lupus. This is the correct answer because Canis lupus is the scientific name for the grey wolf. Canis killiaris, Canis rufus, and Canis simensis are not the correct scientific names for the grey wolf.

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  • 2. 

    Wolves live in families called...

    • A.

      Packs

    • B.

      Herds

    • C.

      Dens

    • D.

      Clusters

    Correct Answer
    A. Packs
    Explanation
    Wolves live in families called "packs" because they are highly social animals that rely on cooperation and teamwork for hunting and survival. Packs consist of an alpha pair, their offspring, and sometimes other related individuals. Living in packs allows wolves to communicate, establish hierarchies, and share resources effectively. This social structure also enhances their chances of successfully hunting large prey and defending their territory. Therefore, "packs" is the correct answer as it accurately describes the familial structure and social behavior of wolves.

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  • 3. 

    A time in the female wolf's life near breeding season is called...

    • A.

      Canis redus

    • B.

      Moon period

    • C.

      Estrus+heat

    • D.

      Nebula

    Correct Answer
    C. Estrus+heat
    Explanation
    Estrus+heat is the correct answer because it accurately describes the specific time in a female wolf's life near breeding season. Estrus refers to the period of sexual receptivity in female mammals, while heat is another term commonly used to describe this phase. Therefore, estrus+heat is the appropriate term to describe this time in the female wolf's reproductive cycle.

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  • 4. 

    Where do wolves live?

    • A.

      Africa and South Carolina

    • B.

      Everywhere

    • C.

      Us, Canada, Eurasia, Africa

    • D.

      Australia, South America, Us, Canada

    Correct Answer
    C. Us, Canada, Eurasia, Africa
    Explanation
    Wolves have a wide distribution and can be found in various regions around the world. They are known to inhabit the United States, Canada, Eurasia, and Africa. This distribution is due to the adaptability of wolves to different environments and their ability to survive in diverse habitats. While wolves may have once been present in Australia and South America, they are currently not found in these regions. Therefore, the correct answer is that wolves live in the United States, Canada, Eurasia, and Africa.

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  • 5. 

    What did Theodore Roosevelt say about the wolf?

    • A.

      "I LOVE WOLF PUPS!" -Theodore?

    • B.

      "One wolf can change the world." -Mr. President?

    • C.

      "Once a wolf, always a wolf!" -Mr. Roosevelt?

    • D.

      "it is a beast of waste and desolation!" -Theodore President?

    Correct Answer
    D. "it is a beast of waste and desolation!" -Theodore President?
    Explanation
    Theodore Roosevelt described the wolf as "a beast of waste and desolation." This suggests that he had a negative view of wolves, considering them to be destructive and desolate creatures.

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  • 6. 

    What do wolves eat?

    • A.

      Humans, children, meat, other

    • B.

      Caribou, broccoli, bugs, other

    • C.

      Elk, moose, deer, humans, other

    • D.

      Berries, elk, meat, caribou, bunny, other

    Correct Answer
    D. Berries, elk, meat, caribou, bunny, other
    Explanation
    Wolves are carnivores and their diet primarily consists of meat. They usually hunt and feed on large herbivores like elk, moose, and deer. Additionally, they may also consume smaller animals such as rabbits and caribou. Berries could be included in their diet as a source of nutrients, but they are not a major part of their diet. Therefore, the answer "Berries, elk, meat, caribou, bunny, other" is the most accurate option.

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  • 7. 

    Who lives with arctic wolves?

    • A.

      Miyax Kapugen

    • B.

      Jim Brandenburg

    • C.

      Tom Welsh

    • D.

      Ariana Grande

    Correct Answer
    B. Jim Brandenburg
    Explanation
    Jim Brandenburg lives with arctic wolves.

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  • 8. 

    Why do wolves howl at the moon?

    • A.

      The love it more.

    • B.

      Wolves are crazy about moons.

    • C.

      They dont.

    • D.

      All wolves are werewolves.

    Correct Answer
    C. They dont.
    Explanation
    Wolves do not howl at the moon. This is a common misconception perpetuated by folklore and popular culture. Wolves howl for various reasons such as communication, establishing territory, coordinating hunts, or calling out to pack members. The idea that they howl at the moon is a myth and not supported by scientific evidence.

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  • 9. 

    Which wolf is the most endangered out of the ones I say?

    • A.

      Red Wolf

    • B.

      Grey Wolf

    • C.

      Ethiopian Wolf

    • D.

      E-Wolf

    Correct Answer
    C. Ethiopian Wolf
    Explanation
    The Ethiopian Wolf is the most endangered out of the wolves mentioned. This can be inferred from the fact that the other three wolves (Red Wolf, Grey Wolf, and E-Wolf) are not specifically known for being endangered. Therefore, the Ethiopian Wolf stands out as the most endangered among them.

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  • 10. 

     Are the parents of the first wild wolves born in Yellowstone since 1926 Number 9 and Number 10?

    • A.

      Yes, of course

    • B.

      False!! their names were Luna and Nikko

    Correct Answer
    A. Yes, of course
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Yes, of course." This suggests that the parents of the first wild wolves born in Yellowstone since 1926 were indeed Number 9 and Number 10.

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  • 11. 

    Do wolves have names?

    • A.

      No.. I(

    • B.

      Yes!

    • C.

      Humans give them names

    • D.

      No, they identify themselves by scent.

    Correct Answer
    D. No, they identify themselves by scent.
    Explanation
    Wolves do not have names because they identify themselves by scent. Wolves have a highly developed sense of smell and use scent marking to communicate with each other. They leave their scent on territories and objects to establish their presence and communicate their identity. This scent marking helps wolves to recognize members of their own pack and distinguish them from other wolves. Unlike humans, wolves do not use names to identify themselves or others. Instead, they rely on their keen sense of smell to recognize and communicate with each other.

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  • 12. 

    What is the top rank in a pack?

    • A.

      Alpha

    • B.

      Delta

    • C.

      Omega

    • D.

      Beta

    Correct Answer
    A. Alpha
    Explanation
    In a pack, the top rank is referred to as "Alpha." This term is commonly used to describe the dominant individual or leader within a social group of animals, such as wolves or chimpanzees. The alpha individual typically holds the highest status and has priority access to resources and decision-making power within the pack. Therefore, "Alpha" is the correct answer as it signifies the top rank in a pack.

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  • 13. 

    Second Rank?

    • A.

      Alpha

    • B.

      Delta

    • C.

      Beta

    • D.

      Omega

    Correct Answer
    C. Beta
    Explanation
    In the given list, the words are arranged in alphabetical order. "Alpha" comes first as it starts with the letter 'A', followed by "Beta" which starts with 'B'. "Delta" starts with 'D' and "Omega" starts with 'O'. Therefore, "Beta" is the second word in the list, hence the correct answer.

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  • 14. 

    Lone Wolves who enter a packs territory gets _____!

    Correct Answer
    killed, harmed or scared off
    killed
    harmed
    scared
    Explanation
    When a lone wolf enters a pack's territory, it is likely to face aggression from the pack members. They may attack and kill the intruder to protect their territory and resources. Additionally, the lone wolf may also be harmed or injured during the confrontation. In some cases, the lone wolf may be scared off by the pack's aggressive behavior without being killed or harmed. Therefore, the correct answer is that lone wolves who enter a pack's territory can be killed, harmed, or scared off.

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  • 15. 

    Should you howl to the wolves at the zoo?

    • A.

      No, a howl is an alert, they will get confused!

    • B.

      Yes! I want them to howl back!

    • C.

      No, kids howling is annoying...

    • D.

      No, there is no moon to howl at.

    Correct Answer
    A. No, a howl is an alert, they will get confused!
    Explanation
    Howling is a form of communication among wolves in the wild. When a wolf howls, it is usually sending a signal to other members of its pack. Howling at wolves in a zoo may confuse them because they are not in their natural habitat and may not understand the intention behind the howl. Additionally, the wolves in a zoo may have different behaviors and reactions compared to their wild counterparts. Therefore, it is best to avoid howling at wolves in a zoo to prevent any confusion or disturbance.

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  • 16. 

    Most grey wolves weigh between...

    • A.

      50-75 lbs

    • B.

      75-125 lbs

    • C.

      125-150 lbs

    • D.

      150-175 lbs

    Correct Answer
    B. 75-125 lbs
    Explanation
    Grey wolves typically weigh between 75-125 lbs. This weight range is considered average for adult grey wolves. It is important to note that individual wolves can vary in size and weight, with some individuals being smaller or larger than the average range. However, the 75-125 lbs range is a common weight range for most grey wolves.

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  • 17. 

    From nose to tail tip, grey wolves on average are...

    • A.

      From 3-4 feet long

    • B.

      From 5-6 feet long

    • C.

      From 6-7 feet long

    • D.

      From 7-8 feet long

    Correct Answer
    B. From 5-6 feet long
    Explanation
    Grey wolves on average measure from 5-6 feet long from nose to tail tip. This length measurement is commonly observed in grey wolves, indicating their typical size range.

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  • 18. 

    A breeding female is solely responsible for raising the pups.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement "A breeding female is solely responsible for raising the pups" is false. In many animal species, both males and females contribute to raising the offspring. This can include activities such as hunting for food, providing protection, and teaching important skills. The level of parental care can vary among different species and even within the same species, but it is rare for the responsibility to fall solely on the female.

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  • 19. 

    Watch the selected video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQflwLBszmAWhat was your response to watching the video?

    • A.

      Eh. Just a lot of wolves. I muted the music.

    • B.

      I saw the first dead wolf and I be like "Nah Ah! Nu Nu! Bloody dogs!" Then I stopped watching.

    • C.

      Very... passionate music there.

    • D.

      I cried!!! I had to stop it. I played it over and sobbed. I got through it with passion!!

    Correct Answer
    D. I cried!!! I had to stop it. I played it over and sobbed. I got through it with passion!!
  • 20. 

    What happened when the hunters killed off all of the wolves in Yellowstone?

    • A.

      The pretty animals got to live!!

    • B.

      Deer. Elk. Cute Things.

    • C.

      Save the Bunnies!!

    • D.

      Too many horrible things to say...

    Correct Answer
    D. Too many horrible things to say...
    Explanation
    When the hunters killed off all of the wolves in Yellowstone, it led to a disruption in the ecosystem. Without wolves to control their population, the deer and elk population increased rapidly, causing overgrazing of vegetation. This resulted in a decrease in vegetation, which affected other species dependent on it. The imbalance in the ecosystem also impacted smaller animals and birds that relied on the plants for food and shelter. Additionally, the absence of wolves disrupted the natural predator-prey relationship, leading to further ecological consequences.

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  • 21. 

    Wolves have a very ______________ way of hunting.

    Correct Answer
    complex
    interesting
    wild
    complicated
    Explanation
    Wolves have a complex way of hunting because they exhibit advanced hunting strategies that involve coordination and communication within the pack. Their hunting techniques are interesting because they involve tactics such as surrounding and isolating prey. Wolves are also known for their wild nature, which is evident in their hunting behavior. Additionally, their hunting methods can be considered complicated due to the various steps and roles involved in a successful hunt.

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  • 22. 

    When a lone wolf gets excepted into a pack, what rank is it most likely to become?

    • A.

      Beta

    • B.

      Omega

    Correct Answer
    B. Omega
    Explanation
    When a lone wolf gets accepted into a pack, it is most likely to become an Omega. In a wolf pack, the Omega is the lowest-ranking member and often serves as a submissive and peacemaker within the group. The Omega wolf typically holds the least amount of power and is at the bottom of the pack's hierarchy. Therefore, when a lone wolf joins an existing pack, it is expected to assume the role of an Omega.

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  • 23. 

    REAAALY FINAL QUESTION!! Okay.. how do subordinate wolves show affection to their alphas?

    • A.

      Killing them!

    • B.

      Licking cheeks and under the chin.

    • C.

      Hugs!

    • D.

      Kisses!

    Correct Answer
    B. Licking cheeks and under the chin.
    Explanation
    Subordinate wolves show affection to their alphas by licking their cheeks and under the chin. This behavior is a sign of submission and respect towards the alpha wolf. Licking is a common way for wolves to show affection and strengthen social bonds within the pack. It helps to maintain harmony and reinforce the hierarchical structure of the pack.

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  • 24. 

    Made ya look! Anyway.. one more question! What is the alpha wolf?

    • A.

      The biggest wolf

    • B.

      The strongest wolf

    • C.

      The wolf that was born first

    • D.

      A lie

    Correct Answer
    A. The biggest wolf
    Explanation
    The alpha wolf is the dominant individual in a wolf pack. It is not necessarily the biggest or strongest wolf, but rather the one that leads the pack and makes important decisions. The alpha wolf establishes and maintains the pack's hierarchy, ensures the well-being of the group, and leads hunting and territorial activities. Size and strength may play a role in determining the alpha wolf, but it is primarily based on leadership qualities and social dynamics within the pack.

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