Arctic Wolf all about the arctic wolf

You know about the arctic wolves, right? If you don't then, please, keep reading. All of this research was on google.
To get to know MORE about the arctic wolf, i needed to find some research about it. It was pretty easy finding facts about the arctic wolf.
This is the arctic wolf.

I chose the arctic wolf because it is my favorite animal and the research was easy to find.

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The appearance is very simple the arctic wolves fur color can be gray in the winter or yellowish brown in the summer time. They have pointy ears, short fur, and they can run really fast.

MALE ARCTIC WOLVES USUALLY WEIGH BETWEEN 34 TO 46 KILOGRAMS, AND FEMALES BETWEEN 36 TO 38 KILOGRAMS. THE YEAR-ROUND WHITE COATS AND SLIGHTLY SHORTER EARS AND NOSES DISTINGUISH THEM FROM THE OTHER SUBSPECIES OF CANIS LUPUS.

The arctic wolves can eat many things like: seals, foxes ,Arctic hares, caribou and muskoxen. If they have to, Arctic wolves would also eat birds, salmon, lemmings, rodents and other small mammals. WOW! That’s a lot of food to eat!

BRRRR!! The arctic wolf, also called the Polar Wolf, lives in very cold places like the northern parts of Greenland or the Canadian Arctic. Wow! Now that’s cold! I wouldn’t last a second there! Did you know that the Canadian Arctic can get down to −58 °F. I would NOT survive that! After all... I do NOT like the cold. It's too cold for me!

This is how the wolf finds their mate. A wolf pack is normally a family group of five to eight animals, usually consisting of a pair of breeding adults and their young of 1 or 2 year old pups. The breeding pair is most likely to be the oldest, largest, and strongest wolves in the pack. They are known as the dominant wolves and are normally the only members of the pack to have puppies. Any wolf can become dominant. To do so, it must find not taken territory and a member of the opposite gender with no mate. Or, more rarely, it moves into a pack with a missing dominant wolf and takes its place, or perhaps kills the dominant wolf and usurps its mate.

OMG!!!!! THESE PUPS ARE SO CUTE! I want one so bad!

Welp... that's the end! Hope you guys liked it. Peace!

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