Artic Wolf How does global warming effect Arctic wolves

The arctic wolf lives in Greenland and arctic regions of North America.
The temperatures that do not exceed 10° C (50° F) in the warmest summer months. The air quality in Greenland is among the best in the world due to the country's geographical position to the high north
Global warming is, a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth’s atmosphere, generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of Carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and other pollutants.
First the arctic wolf’s diets would be affected, certain things they eat like birds, will leave their habitat when it gets too warm, so the wolf won’t have anything to feed on. Second, the arctic wolves are used to cold temperatures, the animal might start getting weaker because his fur is really thick meant for cold temperatures. Third, there is a lot of ice and snow in Greenland, so if global warming caused ice and snow to melt it would ruin the wolf’s habitat. Which would affect the babies growth and etc.
in conclusion, the arctic wolf would be greatly affected by global warming. Some reasons are small but they can also make a great impact on the wolves lives.

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