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I live where wolves can rarely be spotted. They are here. There is ample evidence, but here they are still and the fringe and the population is small. It will continue to grow as long as there is an ample food source and no human intervention.  Here is a little quiz to see what you might know about wolves.

  • Question of

    There have always been wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    The female wolf prefers to make her den

    • In a cave
    • Underground
    • In a bed of logs
  • Question of

    The average sized wolf is how long?

    • 5 – 7 feet
    • 4 – 6 feet
    • 3 – 5 feet
    • 2 – 4 feet
  • Question of

    A wolf has fur on his paws.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    How many teeth does a wolf have?

    • 30
    • 40
    • 42
    • 44
  • Question of

    The average wolf needs how many pounds of meat each day?

    • 1-2
    • 5-8
    • 10-12
  • Question of

    The territory of a wolf pack may cover

    • 10-100 square miles
    • 20-120 square miles
    • 150 square miles
  • Question of

    The diet of the timber wolf mainly consists

    • Hares
    • Whitetail deer
    • Mice
  • Question of

    Wolves trot at the average speed of

    • 5 km per hour
    • 10 km per hour
    • 15 km per hour

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Dog Relations

  • Wolves – Animals that are characteristic of dogs and coyotes.
  • Coyotes – Western version of the dog and mixed with wild dogs.
  • Dingos – Australian form of dogs.
  • Wild dogs – Dogs that were family dogs and were abandoned.
  • Domesticated dogs – Family pets who have not been abandoned.

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I saw this picture download on Pixabay. I have always been a dog person ever since infancy, I believe. I remember my mom and dad always saying that I would wander to whether dogs were when I was little. I remember in school we learned about dogs and wolves being related in ways and we had to make a list of similarities and differences. The two wolves in the picture just seem to say to me pick me. The colors the artist picked for these snow wolves, I think, were to show how carefree and yet industrious these animals could be and yes these wolves seem patient waiting for something. These wolves are picturesque.

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