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Did you know that all dogs are ancestors of wolves?Over the year dogs have adapted to create new dog breeds.
Wolves usually travle in packs from 3-7
It makes it easier to hunt if you have a wolf to corner the prey
females: 4.5 to 6 feet (tip of nose to tip of tail)
males: 5 to 6.5 feet
Average height 26 to 32 inches (at the shoulder)
Average foot size
4 inches wide by 5 inches long
Length of Life
up to 13 years in wild (usually 6 to 8 years)
up to 16 years in captivity
gray, but can also be black or white
Number of teeth
February to March
Weight at birth
4 to 6 pups
2 to 30 or more,
Average pack size
5 to 8
Pack territory size
25 to 150 square miles in Minnesota
300 to 1,000 in Alaska and Canada
Average travel speed
5 miles per hour
6 to 38 miles per hour for short distances
ungulates (hoofed animals like deer, moose, caribou, elk, bison, musk-oxen)
Rules of The Pack
1. All wolves must follow the pack leader.
2. Pups must be atleast 7-8 months to hunt with the pack.
3. If any wolf does not follow pack rules they will be forced to leave the pack.
4. Lone wolves can join another pack if it shows why it should be excepted.