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
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.
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 wo…lves . Ottawa wolves . and probably more
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 powerful 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.
Wolves be good
Native American tribes in the far north of Canada
yes they do in atlaska and greenland and
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. .
This question makes no sense. Rephrase it.
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.
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. Th…ey also eat rodents, rabbits and other prey of opportunity.
All i know is that the leaders name is Amoroq.
the same way baby humans get out of female women
As a word, when spelled correctly, Ontario has two "O's", one "N", one "T", one "A", one "R", and one "I".
Yes,Is the answere because Wolves live in packs with other wolves. Thats u answere!