Wolf Facts – 70 Uncanny Facts About Wolfs
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Facts About Wolfs
Wolf pubs are born blind and deaf.
Pubs become fully mature at 10 months of age and can hunt on their own from then.
Wolves’ communication skills are important for the survival of the pack.
Wolves have many means of communication including howls, whine and whimper, growl and bark, yelp and snarl.
A pack maintains a territory and marks its territory by urine, scratches, droppings etc.
Wolves are excellent swimmers.
Wolves move around their territory, about 40-50 km a day.
Wolves are very intelligent animals.
The average lifespan of a wolf is 6 to 8 years in wild, and 16 years in captivity.
The entire pack is responsible to take care of the young.