No wolves are consumers.
Wolves are carnivores.
Grey wolves hunt in packs together so that big animals wont get a chance to attack, but instead of the big animals hunting grey wolves, grey wolves hunt the big animals.
Wolves are carnivores
No Grey wolves and timber wolves are not the same.
Grey wolves and arctic wolves. a black wolf or a white wolf are classed as grey wolves. Some people call wolves in the arctic white wolves but their proper name is arctic wolf.
No they do not.
Grey wolves and Timber Wolves are the same.
Yes they do. GREY wolves do. BUT the other wolves DON'T.
YES, BUT SOME WOLVES ARE NOT NOCTURNAL.Grey wolves are primarily nocturnal, but yes, some wolves are not.A pack of grey wolves would hunt during daylight.Yes, but not all wolves. Some are not nocturnal.No they are not nocturnal.
Very few predators hunt grey wolves. Man is the grey wolf's worst predator. Other wolves will hunt down weaker wolves.
then can be grey, white, or black. white wolves in the arctic are known as arctic wolves and white wolves and black wolves in forest are known as grey wolves...although some people might say white wolf or black wolf. Yeah what eva. They are wait i know this ...what colour are gray wol..oh GRAY wolves! smart one
grey wolves are in the dog family
Grey wolves are protected in alaska.
the answer is depends on the breed. artic wolves are, though grey wolves are much larger.
Grey wolves are very intellegant. I think that's one of the special things Grey Wolfs have.
grey wolves get their water from nearby lakes or streams.
the wolves would
yes. grey wolves are colour blind
There are no wolves in Germany they died out with the bears in the 19th century.
White wolves are found in the Canadian Arctic, Alaska and parts of Greenland. Black wolves are not common but are simply a color variant of the grey wolf and are found where grey wolves are found.
150,000 grey wolves, 500 Abyssinian Wolves, and 250 Red Wolves, world wide that is.
Yes Gray wolves can be found in Alabama, along with red wolves and coyotes. I own a grey wolf. It is legal to own a grey wolf in Alabama, but not any animal that is native to Alabama. Therefore, there are no wild grey wolves in Alabama and have not been in hundreds of years.