Are wolves in Ontario?
I do believe they live wild in Ontario. Many wolves seem to thrive in Canada, whereas in the USA, there are very few wild wolves left.
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In Canada, bordered by the United States, as well as the provinces of Quebec and Manitoba. Eastern Canada
Depends on how they help each other. In a pack or separate lone wolves? Pack--they hunt with each other, play with each other, clean each other, show affection, show loyalty, mourn. Seperate--very rare do other wolf packs help each other. Actually I think there hasn't been a record account of that h…appening. (MORE)
It has only happened about once on record, but really that`s a no. Actually, cannibalism is not uncommon amongst wolves. During timesof scarce food sources and harsh winters, packs often attack weak,injured, or sick wolves to devour their carcasses. They've alsobeen known to eat the dead bodies of f…allen pack members, thoughthey will not eat their young as most coyotes and other canines do. (MORE)
Wolves play-fight when they are pups (babies). As they get olderthey start to hunt with their pack (wolves ususlly live in groupsof 3-6). When hunting a pack will surround the prey and one of themwill go in to attack the prey. If unsuccessful the wolf willretreat and let another wolf try to kill the… prey (this rareleyhappens), or it will call in the whole pack. Wolves kill by bitingthe prey on the neck, makes a quick and easy kill for small prey.If it is a large animal like elk, then it takes much effort fromthe whole pack. Wolves usually eat animals like rabbits, deer, elk,moose and etc. Dogs are direct decendents of wolves. Wolves are made mostly to keep deer and moose population down, butthey spend lots of their time playing and napping and socializing. (MORE)
Like humans do. wolves sleep pretty much just like dogs do. no different. wolves are very similar to dogs.
The wolves enimies are the bears, farmers, hunters, ravens, and other humans that want to do harm.
the 2 main types are gray wolf and red wolf. There are subspecies such as arctic wolves. just as an extra fact, the maned wolf is inf fact not a wolf, it is a fox ;) there is all kinds of wolfs. theres brown,gray,andwhite. if you know that wolfs use there skin coler to bland in with the ground.
Yes, they can swim, although they prefer not to. If their prey has swum across to an island then they will follow them there, or to get back to their pack. There have been acounts of wolves living on an island by Georgian Bay-because in the winter they run across on the ice, but when it melts they h…ave to swim back. Yes all wild animals can swim (MORE)
they are poached for their fur coat and sometimes their meat but they are very beautiful animals if you think about it
sign petitions nd never hunt!!!! they eat deer and elk!! and especially dont hunt them!! wolves are so.... awesome! :)
No; wolves live, hunt, and play in the day. They rest in the night. Additional user note: It's always astonishing to me that somebody(in this instance Gothwolfgirl6) that has absolutely no idea whathe or she is talking about receives "confidence votes" when theanswer is absolutely wrong. . Hey, G…othwolfgirl6: it's the exact opposite. If you're gonna putthe word "wolf" in your user name and answer a question about awolf, then for God's sakes, at least make some sort of effort topossess the actual knowledge.. yes wolfs are nocturnal and stay up all night!!! Yes, wolves are nocturnal, but sometimes they are active during the daytime. (MORE)
Here are a few: -the artic wolf -the timber wolf -the Australian wolf And many more. Just look it up on Google
Since this is posted in the Rugby section: . There are several Rugby Teams called the Wolves. . the warrington wolves . Bucuresti wolves . Kempton wolves . North west wolves . Ottawa wolves . and probably more
Take the greyhounbd bus, via rail, if near an airport you can take an airport shuttle bus to london, or drive.
Probably because some guttural Russian calling Brother Ralph was surprised to find the wild dogs closing in. Volf, Volf where are you? Why is a verandah called a veranda? It is old English of Germanic origin, 'wulf'. The old Norse word is 'ulfr'
No, wolves absolutely do not hunt each other. The wolves in a pack are loyal to each other in every way, although wolves may fight with other packs if they cross territories. Wolf pups may preform fake fights that are just for fun, and it is completely safe, as they try not to harm each other severe…ly. (MORE)
Usually, wolves will get along with other wolves, (like packs)but if a wolf wants leadership or a lone wolf comes near, they willusually attack another wolf. . Let me elaborate on what this person above has said. Wolves havestrong family bonds. Like humans, they value family above all else,and will… die for each other. The alpha female and male keep orderon the pack, which usually is made up of generations of theirchildren. Packs have ranks, and certain ranking wolves may bebullied a bit, but in the end, they're part of the pack. If a lonewolf threatens a pack or it's territory, the alphas will chase itout, but they will avoid confrontation unless necessary. (MORE)
Ontario Grapes Grow in somewhere up north like in sudbury or sue st. Marie -Lout Fri Dec 12 2008 My answer is based on personal experience. The grapes in Ontario grow in the Niagara region. The climate is warmer there than any other place in the province as it is the most southerly and benefits fr…om the lake effect of Lake Ontario. The area has many award wining wineries. (MORE)
Communication in a pack of wolves can be from howling to barking. The usual dog sounds. Those are a couple of ways that wolves communicate. Wolves also communicate through body language using their tails, ears and mouths. They also communicate through actions, such as pawing the ground, walking …in a circle and rolling over. It's also proven that eye contact is used by canines such as wolves to communicate. For example, staring at another wolf with narrow eyes is a threat. While staring at another wolf, then looking down for a few seconds, then staring at the other wolf again is a sign of affection. (MORE)
Wolves are kind of like people. They will look like their parents,and every living thing has DNA.
Anything they want.... lol Wolves pack up with up to thirteen other wolves perhaps more and together they use strategies to hunt their prey. They are extremely smart and also very loving and protective of their members. Also, when an older male wolf reaches a point at his life where he is not so pow…erful anymore he may be booted out to make room for the younger males vying for his spot. Wolves howl as a way of communication and they are also very playful together. Hunt. Sleep. Etc. (MORE)
By scent. Each wolf has a different scent. Rarely a wolf can tell a pack member by a characteristic they have or how they act within the pack. But mostly by their scent.
the capital of Ontario is Toronto and I don't know the other part!:0 ----- It was named for the lake which was a Iroquois word for lake, I think.
Tasmanian Wolves are extinct, but to answer the question, no, they are marsupials. Note: The correct name for the Tasmanian wolf is Thylacine.
Yes it is a subspecies of wolf though it shows many fox-like characteristics it is not closely related to foxes and lacks the elliptical pupils found in vulpine caninds.
In length wolves are about 5 to 6 feet including tail. And sometimes there shoulders can be the height of a counter.
wolfs are poor in the way that they are endangered but good in any way
Wolves arent "bad". people just believe they are just because their scared because wolves are strong and eat meat with sharp teeth doesnt mean that their are bad. Wolves are not considered "bad". People are just afraid of them because they are. carnivores - a living thing that eats meat such as chi…cken, steak, cow, pork, etc. . carnivores eat anything like meat when they are hungry. If they are scared they also defend and attack.. (MORE)
Know there is only one animal that hunts wolves- us humans. We do not eat them for the most part as well. If you are talking about in a hunting way like a fox hunts and kills a rabbit then no they do not get eaten by anything. Yet if say the wolf dies, the body would decompose and animals with the j…ob of decomposing organic life would eat the carcass. (MORE)
Howling at the moon, chasing down, killin and eating prey, mating, being warm and healthy.
Not likely. Any Zoos nearby would probably have some, but wolves virtually disapeered from every contigious state, except Minnesota.
Wolves can be many colors; black, grey, white, A red-ish orange color, and brown. They're often a mix of two or more. Their eyes are gold/yellow, green, and rarely brown.
Wolves are dangerous but you shouldn't fear them they fear you, they can snap our bones and are very fast
Wolves fight with their teeth and claws. They ALWAYS fight with the pack. A wolf will never fight or hunt without their pack!
You can donate to or adopt wolves at the website listed in the Related Links or search Defenders of Wildlife.
Wolves are territorial because they don't want anybody on their territory that they don't know because the intruder could start fights and attack. Also, they don't like anyone stealing their hunt and food. If a wolf was a pregnant mother, she'd be extra territorial to protect her pups.
yes but not in any human languages they howl to let otheres know wher they are, and they use wolf sign language and the other wolfs know what they are saying.
There certainly are wolves in the Arctic. They are called Arctic Wolves for that reason, although they are also called Tundra Wolves. They are a sub-species of the Gray Wolf and is the only wolf known to roam its' original territory, primarily because humans do not populate their territory.
Your question is quite broad and general. Wolves hear lots of different things, especially because it depends on where they live. In the tundra their hear mainly wind and their prey. In the desert it is pretty much the same, except there is a little more life like birds and such around. In the fores…ts they is other animals, water, trees, wind, grass, sticks, and humans and civilization. And if they live in a zoo, it is totally different. But you should know what is in there. (MORE)
Yes, wolves kill other wolves, usually for territorial reasons. Yes, wolves will kill wolves from other packs, as well as adult lone wolves.
It depends on the status, pack and ranking of another wolf. Wolves in the same pack are less likely to attack one another than another wolf in another pack.
A: Gray wolves are the strongest of any kind of wolves. B. They are the largest Candis No. No specific breed of wolf is stronger than another, it all depends on the wolf itself.
Amaroq, Kapu, Aaka, Silver, Zing, Raw Bones, Sweet Fur Amy, Ice Blink, Uqaq, Nutik, Wind Voice, Storm Call, Lichen, Grappler, Long Face, and Cotton Grass. .
Well as you may or may not know wolves live in groups called packs. They have 6-24 members in their group! So wolves are not independent they are very social. But some wolves can abandon the pack that makes them a lone wolf. So the real question is "How does a lone wolf react to other wolves?" …Well a lone wolf will try to find a mate and have pups, and create their own pack. But when they find another pack of wolves they may invite him to their pack. Or if they come they might have a fight. But if opposite gender they would most likely not fight. The way wolves react to other wolves depend on the situation. Usually a wolf will threaten another if it is on that wolf's territory and the wolf that is intruding is not in the pack. Other times during mating season, two loners may mate and start a new pack. (MORE)
A bear or a mountain lion may kill and eat a wolf, but usually wolves are not the prey of choice. Wolves hunt in packs to kill food like deer, sheep, and other big animals. They also eat rodents, rabbits and other prey of opportunity.
yes but they usually don't do this generally- they do attack other wolves if they don't eat them (that's not a usual act either) Yes, if the pack of wolves are in a harsh winter of extreme conditions and they are growing hungry, they will usually attack old and weak wolves and devour their corpses. …And sometimes, if they haven't got enough food to go around, they kill their cubs, as there are less mouths to feed. (MORE)
The sick wolves follow the pack but stays at a distance and scavenges off what the wolves eat. The wolves care about that sick one too.
Wolves fight other wolves either because they are threatened, challenged, asserting rank, or fighting over food/mate/land or are angry.
To be honest, they are like humans. Some wolves get along with other wolves, and some don't. But if they do get along, it's most likely because they work together to survive.
As a word, when spelled correctly, Ontario has two "O's", one "N", one "T", one "A", one "R", and one "I".