35 Most Interesting Wolfs Facts and Rare Information About Wolves

35 Most Interesting Wolfs Facts and Rare Information About Wolves

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2. A hungry wolf can eat up to 20 pounds of meat in a single meal.

3. Wolves spend 1/3 of their life moving around their home range territory. They roam about 125 miles a day searching for food.





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5. Wolves are found in North America, Asia, Africa and Europe.

6. Wolves live, travel and hunt in packs, with an average of 7 to 8 wolves.

7. A wolf pack includes mother and father wolves (alphas), their pups and older offspring.

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9. The alpha male and female in a pack mate for life.

10. The alpha pair in the pack always eats the kill first.





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12. As the wolf ages, the hair on the tip of the tail, forehead and nose turns white.

13. olves are more active at dawn and dusk.

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15. Wolf pubs are born blind and deaf.

16. Pubs become fully mature at 10 months of age and can hunt on their own from then.

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18. Wolves’ communication skills are important for the survival of the pack.

19. A pack maintains a territory and marks its territory by urine, scratches, droppings etc.

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21. Wolves are excellent swimmers.

22. Wolves move around their territory, about 40-50 km a day.

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24. Wolves are very intelligent animals.

25. The average lifespan of a wolf is 6 to 8 years in wild, and 16 years in captivity.

26. The entire pack is responsible to take care of the young.

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28. Wolves can reach the speed of 35 mph for short periods of time. Often they move at the speed of 5 mph.

29. A fully grown wolf has 42 teeth in the mouth.

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31. Wolves have a well developed sense of smell. They can smell other animals more than 1 mile away.

32. Wolves are found moving around during the day in winter. The rest of the year they are nocturnal.

33. Female wolves give birth to a litter of about 6 pups.

34. After the last wolf was killed in 1926 in Yellowstone National Park, a wolf reintroduction program was implemented in 1995.

35. Wolves have many means of communication including howls, whine and whimper, growl and bark, yelp and snarl.


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