What websites talk about wolves?
Heaps. Type in "Wolves" in google search and some should come up. From Wolf Girl :)
No, there are currently no wolves in California (excluding captive wolves / privately owned). There has been some talk of reintroducing wolves to california, something to do with agriculture. Historically there were wild wolves in California. But no wild wolves currently. I disagree with this answer, I recently saw a wolf in Colfax, CA
I am a wolf lover myself and I tried to save wolves in any way I possibly could I went on websites that are for trying to help save the wolves and there is this site that says adopt to save a wolf and I have complained about the fairy tales that have big bad wolves in them and tried to explain how wolves are actually very beautiful animals.
The question is very ambiguous. If you talk about food, you can give it the same as any large breed of dog, that is, concentrated food combined with chicken or cooked meat. If you talk about their needs in general, the wolves need a lot of space and that their owner is a dominant person, otherwise it will be an aggressive pet and very difficult to control
What is it called when you can talk to wolves You can tell your wolf something with a howl and growl and coyotes too because when you howl they come into the yard and start howling?
Social websites got created so that people could talk to each other on websites. It is so popular because it can be very convenient at certain times such as when you (for soe odd reason) don't have a phone available and want to talk to somebody you can use Facebook or Twitter or something like that. If you think about it this was very easy to answer!
Wolves don't just go to anyone and eat them, and they definitely do not talk wolves are gentle animals but when harmed they attack. Little red riding hood didn't do anything to the Wolf, not even look at him before he came, so he had no reason to make contact with her. This story is prejudice, which causes young people to be terrified of wolves, when they really have no reason to.
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