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    Wolf Restoration

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    In 1974, the gray wolf was placed on the endangered species list, but in Yellowstone National Park wolves had already been hunted for almost a hundred years, the last pack being killed off in 1926. In 1995, eight wolves were relocated from western Canada to Yellowstone, and in the next year, a total of thirty-one wolves were brought in (NPS, 2016). This was the start of what some may call one of the greatest wildlife restoration projects ever undertaken. Twenty years after the fact, Yellowstone is home to approximately 130 wolves (Missoulian, 2015).The economic effects of the returned presence of these animals has impacted both tourism and ranching in the Greater Yellowstone Area. Based on a 2005 survey of park visitors conducted by economist…

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    Arctic Wolf

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    Arctic Wolf The Arctic wolf lives in the Arctic regions of North America and Greenland. mainly inhabit Northern Canada and Alaska, parts of Greenland ,Iceland and Northern Europe. they are found in the most northern parts of the wolf's range, in the Arctic Circle. the arctic wolf is a carnivore. they will hunt down larger animals such as caribou ad muskoxen in packs. they will take smaller prey such as arctic hares, lemmings etc. alone. the arctic wolf eats Musk oxen, Peary caribou, Arctic…

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    Captive Wolf

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    Wolves (Canis lupus) are one of the most well-known examples of a social animal. The wolf pack possesses a mentality where all members compete for dominance in the group. However the pack’s hierarchy and its strict rules for traversing this hierarchy keep the group from falling apart over constant fighting. L. David Mech (1999) explains how a wild wolf pack is a family, with the adult parents guiding the activities of the group in a division-of-labor system. In this system, the female primarily…

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    Grey Wolf

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    Wolves Gone There are a multitude of animals that are on Missouri’s endanger list, one of them being the grey wolf. The grey wolf is akin to the coyotes in the area, but more robust and larger in stature. The wolf has been on the endangered species list since 1976. The paper will discuss history of the grey wolves into becoming an endangered species, their habitat, life cycle, and human activities for the good of the wolves. The grey wolf also known as the timber wolf is the most endangered…

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    Wolf Evolution

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    Have you ever realized that your dog's ancestor was a wolf? People in the past used not to have dogs. There was not even a species called dogs! How did dogs even become man's best friend? Our relationships have changed over time. The dogs had to become domesticated, and it is rather weird how they ended up a new species! Most scientists believe that wolves would eat the human's scraps that they would leave outside. So, as a result, they had a given birth to many puppies. Then, this skill was…

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    The Timber Wolf

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    The Timber wolf one of the most widely spread animals, have rapidly become extinct in the areas of its former living environments. The timber wolf is also known as the grey wolf,Tundra wolf, or Plains wolf. The complete classification of the Timber wolf is as follows… domain:eukaryote, kingdom:Animalia, phylum:Chordata, class:mammalia, order:camilora, suborder:caniformia, family:canidae, genus:canis, and the species:c. lupus.The main points in this paper will focus on the habitat,physical…

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    Essay On Maned Wolf

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    The Maned Wolf The legs of a deer, the face of a fox, and the body of a wolf, what is it? The maned wolf is an interesting animal that not many people may know about. It can be described by what it looks like, its eating habits, and its social structure. Despite its name this animal looks more like a fox rather than a wolf and has even been described as a “fox on stilts”. But, this unique looking species isn’t closely related to either. In fact, the maned wolf is the only member of its genus,…

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    Hybridization Red Wolf

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    Research into the effects of hybridization with coyotes on red wolf survival Matthew Owen, University of South Wales, UK Introduction and project rationale The red wolf (Canis rufus) is a critically endangered canid species that is endemic to the south-east regions of the United States. In the past, the wolves were widespread in numerous American states, but persecution and loss of habitat restricted them to the states of Louisiana and Texas where they then struggled with high parasite…

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    Both passages “The Cry of the wolf” and “Building confidence” develop a similar theme of take advice from people with experience in different ways. The theme of take advice from people with experience developed in “The Cry of the Wolf” because in the passage it states”the wolves began to move, swiftly but inaudibly, in a loping gait. They were running toward Sinwai! His legs weak and shaky beneath him, Sinwai deliberated: would the leader attack him? The chief’s words drifted back to him,Wolves…

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    Wolf Reintroduction Essay

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    One of the most renowned rewilding projects which has demonstrated the effects rewilding has on a whole ecosystem, was the reintroduction of grey wolves (Canis lupus) into Yellowstone National Park in the North West of the United States. The wolves were reintroduced to the park in 1995-1996 and have subsequently recolonised the whole park and some of the surrounding area known as the greater Yellowstone ecosystem (GYE) (Smith et al., 2003). The reintroduction of the wolves has had a great effect…

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