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  Gray Wolf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Gray Wolf, being a keystone predator, is an integral component of the ecosystems to which it typically belongs.
Wolf growls have a distinct, deep, bass-like quality, and are used much of the time as a threat, though they are not always necessarily used for defense.
In brief, the gray wolf, which, at one point, could be found in any ecosystem on every continent in the Northern Hemisphere, was persistently one of the first species to go once a significant population of humans settled in a given area.
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 Gray Wolf - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
The Gray Wolf (Canis lupus), known in Europe as the Grey Wolf, is a mammal of the Canidae family.
The wolf usually has golden-yellow eyes, longer legs, larger paws, more-pronounced jaws, a longer muzzle, and a brain that is typically 30 percent larger than that of a dog.
In Proto-Indo-European society, the wolf was probably associated with the warrior class, and the term was subject to taboo deformation, the Latin lupus being an example of a mutated form of the original Proto-Indo-European *wlkwos.
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 Gray Wolf Encyclopedia Article @ BareHands.com (Bare Hands)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
An wolf pack in Yellowstone National Park, with the alphas leading and the omega in the rear.
Historically, baseless fear of the wolf has been responsible for most of the trouble the species has received, including why it was nearly hunted out of existence in the U.S. and Europe prior to the 20th century.
In fact, it is likely that any documented wolf attack (of any severity) to this date was actually from a feral dog, a rabid individual, or the result of some sort of human provocation.
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 Gray Wolf - Free English Encyclopedia from Turkcebilgi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The wolf shares a common ancestry with the [domestic dog (Canis familiaris), and, according to most experts, is likely the progenitor of all dogs as they exist today (in which case, the domestic dog would more accurately be [classified as Canis lupus familiaris).
Wolf weight and size tend to increase proportionally with latitude, with height varying between 0.6 and 0.9 meters (24 to 35 inches) at the shoulder, and weight typically ranging from 30andamp;ndash;55 kg (65-120 pounds), making wolves the largest among all wild canids.
Wolf packs test large [[population]]s of prey species by inducing a chase, thereby picking and ganging up on an individual that they perceive to be less fit.
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 Gray Wolf Detailed Information - Montana Animal Field Guide
Gray wolves may take livestock as secondary prey when deer fawns (the primary summer prey) are less vulnerable due to better prenatal nutrition resulting from mild winter (USFWS 1990).
Gray wolf (CANIS LUPUS) occurrences in the Dakotas.
Mitochondrial DNA variability of the gray wolf: genetic consequences of population decline and habitat fragmentation.
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 North American Wolves Links. Gray Wolf, Red Wolf Pics, Links and the Wolves POTD
Brain Photographs and Brain Sections of the North American Wolf.
Defenders of Wildlife has been an advocate for wolf protection and restoration across North America for more than four decades.
The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their future.
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