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Differences between wolves and dogs?
Yes. They are a subspecies of the grey wolf (canis lupis).
The alpha is the top dominance wolf it is also the only wolf tobreed there is a male alpha and a female alpha and they control thepack . The beta is the second dominance w…olf it is the wolves thatmainly fight and find food . The omega is the last dominance wolf it is the last to eat andit is mainly a scavenger other wolves couldn't care less about it . Alphas are the leaders of the pack. Omegas are the lowest class.
Well there are lots of similarities and differences.So the differences between a mouse and a dog is that a mouse is really tiny and doesnt bark like a dog.Instead it squeals a…nd squeaks.Mice love cheese and scurrying around being naughty.Dogs like bones and love their owners.
Species-wise, there is no difference between a dog and a wolf. Both dogs and Grey wolves belong to the species Canis lupus. The domestic dog is a subspecies of the Grey wo…lf, that has overtime been artifically bred to produce various traits to help serve humans.
They are from different species. Wolves are actually members of the canine (dog) family, although most people don't associate them with the domestic or friendly behavior of a …dog. The lion is in the cat family, and in the same species as panthers and tigers. Wolves tend to be smaller than lions; wolves have a coat of fur, and do not have the mane that a lion has. Wolves often live in forests, mountains, and even in the Arctic. Lions tend to live in hot, grassy places, and they can also be found in the bush; these days, they generally live in Africa. Communication-wise, most wolves tend to make howling noises, while lions tend to growl loudly. But both wolves and lions are predators and meat-eaters, and kill smaller animals for food.
\n"Wolves" is the plural of "wolf." \n. \nOne wolf, two wolves.
Here are some main differences, but they aren't too specific: Dogs live on land, but whales live in water. Dogs breathe using a nose, whales breathe using a blowhole. A dog's …throat is connected both to the stomach and lungs, a whale's throat is connected only to the stomach. Dogs have a lot of fur, whales have a bit of hair, etc... Although they are a lot different, they have a few similarities, too. For example, they both breathe oxygen, feed their young with milk, are mammals, are friendly with human beings, both can hear excellently well, etc...
How do you think the lives of prairie dogs differ from wild members of the dog family such as wolves?
The lives of a prairie dog would differ because prairie dogs are not that wild like wolves might be. And wolves are in the canine family and prairie dogs are rodents.
It's the other way around. Dogs are a subspecies of the Grey Wolf.
A puppy is a dog below the age of one year.a puppy is smaller.
the grey wolf has a different color then red wolf and the red wolfs ears are bigger and to me they look a little smaller then the grey wolves and the face.
Wolves are carnivores and sheep are herbivores. Wolves eat sheep while sheep eat grass. Sheep produce wool which people can use, while wolves produce nothing people use.
The difference between dogs and wolves is the genetic makeup. The genetics refer, in a basic explanation, to the characteristics in the animal. Wolves are simply the "Original… copy" of a dog. Refer to this situation if you don't quite understand: if you scan a picture through a printer enough, the image becomes different and changes. Natives were probably the first people to start domesticating wolves. The earliest forms of domestication weren't nearly as complex in nature as the methods used today. The way wolves were domesticated, early domestication was based on the behavioral or aesthetic traits found naturally in a wolf (which are now possible to find within the DNA thanks to certain parts of the genetic structure), which was then bred with another wolf of close to the same nature, and continued in this pattern. Eventually, the wolves began to emphasize certain overlapping genetic traits. This includes hair length & shape, size, shape, skin, eyes, behavioral patterns, ect. this eventually comes down to the dogs of today. so, in a simple answer, the difference between dogs and wolves is that dogs are domesticated animals, and wolves are not. don't be fooled, they're still both canines! :)
The difference between the single wolf and the plural wolves is how many wolves are being describes and the spelling.
the difference is one looks like chad and the other looks like mr.b ..... the both take it up the ass and love to suck on big hairy balls
If you've ever lived with wolves the differences are pretty obvious -- 6, not 5. 1. Intelligence -- look in a wolf's eyes and it's a completely different critter. 2. Teeth… 3. Fur 4. Body Structure 5. Pre-Caudal Gland 6. Reproduction