Wolf Facts – 70 Uncanny Facts About Wolfs
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Wolf Facts for Kids
A hungry wolf can eat up to 20 pounds of meat in a single meal.
Wolves spend 1/3 of their life moving around their home range territory. They roam about 125 miles a day searching for food.
Wolves are found in North America, Asia, Africa and Europe.
Wolves live, travel and hunt in packs, with an average of 7 to 8 wolves.
A wolf pack includes mother and father wolves (alphas), their pups and older offspring.
The alpha male and female in a pack mate for life.
The alpha pair in the pack always eats the kill first.
After the last wolf was killed in 1926 in Yellowstone National Park, a wolf reintroduction program was implemented in 1995.
As the wolf ages, the hair on the tip of the tail, forehead and nose turns white.
Wolves are more active at dawn and dusk.