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    Gray Wolf Habitat

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    Gray wolf Where the animal is: Habitat: The gray wolf habitat‚ in the past‚ included areas as varied as deserts of Egypt and the bone chilling‚ icy tundras. The gray wolf is as adaptable as man; it is no wonder that the habitat of the gray wolf is spread all over the world. The Great Plains Wolf‚ which is a subspecies of the gray wolf‚ is a native to the gray wolf habitats in North America. It is also known as the buffalo wolf or the Eastern timber wolf. Once‚ these gray wolves dominated

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    The Gray Wolf

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    “The eyes of the wolf speak the mysteries of life. We must want to listen from our hearts to hear what they want to say” (Wolf Quotes). The Gray Wolf also known as the “Canis lupus was known to be the most largest nondomestic member of the dog family” (Fritts‚ Steven H). “They have lived in every type of habitat except from the tropical forests and the most arid deserts” (Fritts). From the moment gray wolves are born to the moment they die‚ they are viewed as a danger to humans. “Ever since the

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    innocently grazing on grass. Ten yards away‚ a hungry wolf pack slowly stalks toward the fawn after trailing her for days. The deer senses what’s happening and darts away‚ but it’s too late‚ the fawn is as good as dead. The snowy terrain works to the wolf’s’ advantage‚ with their huge paws acting like snowshoes. The wolves advance as their strongest member leads the chase. The pups watch from the sidelines as the deer quickly tires out. The head wolf quickly latches on to the fawn’s nose and brings her

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    Mexican Gray Wolf

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    Reintroduction of the Mexican Gray Wolf The Mexican Gray Wolf once flourished and roamed the lands from México to Canada‚ but in the 20th there populations were severely dwindled and they now find themselves on the endangered list. The United States government approved a systematical eradication of the Mexican Gray wolf from the lower 48 states (Mexican 1999). During the 1800’s‚ westward expansion was rapidly moving across the US leading to the elimination of the larger mammals the wolves preyed

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    Gray Wolf Essay

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    Did you know that the Gray wolf is native to southern Organ? The Wolf is a very aggressive animal most likely one of the most aggressive animals. Wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone national park in 1995‚ but did you know that many wolf attaches have happened including a wolf attacked on a six year old boy on April 14‚ 2000 and killed him. Today I am going to talk to you about the animals lost by turning thees wolves loose‚ how a wolf will come after a human‚ and the government is spending

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    Gray Wolf Evolution

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    The Evolutionary Conquest of Gray Wolves Today‚ there are over 8.7 million different species that share planet Earth‚ and scientists believe that each species all share a common ancestor. That single ancestor‚ to which is not discovered yet‚ has evolved over eons‚ creating these vast amounts of species that we know today. The Gray wolves‚ or Canis lupus‚ is one prime example of an evolutionary species. Although the history of wolves is still unclear‚ scientists believe that wolves evolved from a

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    RUNNING HEAD: YELLOWSTONE’S GRAY WOLF Yellowstone’s Gray Wolf: Ecosystem Environmental Conservation T. Rhoades Ecosystem Biodiversity is important to sustaining the ecosystem. According to UNDP.org (2010)‚ the activities of microbial and animal species – including bacteria‚ algae‚ fungi‚ mites‚ millipedes and worms – condition soils‚ break down organic matter‚ and release essential nutrients to plants. These processes play a key role in the cycling of such crucial elements as nitrogen

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    Nichols-Felan 1 Sandy Nichols-Felan Professor Caroline McNutt Biology 104 15 June 2011 This paper is about the Isle Royal Gray Wolf Population. This paper will discuss when the Gray Wolf first appeared there‚ their population when they were first studied‚ how the numbers have remained in check‚ the importance of the Moose population as it impacts the number of the Gray Wolves‚ their current population number and what has caused their population decline‚ what is being considered to help increase

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    ranchers with taking the gray wolf off the endangered species list‚ thereby removing hunting protections. These differing opinions have caused significant controversy and years of court-room battling. In each article‚ the main viewpoints are the people that oppose protecting the gray wolf and the people that want to protect the gray wolf. In the first article written in 2009‚ the first viewpoints are from the Obama administration and supporters of taking the gray wolf off the endangered species

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    Should the Gray wolf be taken off the endangered species list and should they be allowed to be hunted like the common coyote? Scientific evidence does not suggest that wolves should be hunted in Michigan. Moreover‚ every reason that has been offered for why we should allow wolf hunting is misguided. They are hunted in areas where they have become highly populated for example in areas such as Montana and Idaho because their numbers have increased over 5000 they are killing off the deer and elk population

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