Arctic Wolves

The Arctic Wolf is a subspecies of the Gray Wolf. This carnivorous animal can be found in the regions of the Canadian Arctic, Alaska, and northern Greenland. They all have white fur. Questions about the Arctic Wolf can be found in this category.

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Do Arctic wolves sleep in the open?

They take advantage of the land, every little depression or hill, anything to ward off the wind..They also huddle together for warmth.

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How does global warming affect Arctic wolves?

Arctic wolves live in an environment that is covered in ice and snow. There is some evidence that extreme weather variations in recent years have made it difficult for populations of muskox and Arctic hare to find food. These animals are the traditional prey of Arctic wolves and a reduction in their numbers will affect the wolves.

Often Arctic wolves follow the migration of their prey if their prey migrates and that can lead them to human activity if they're not careful. Arctic Wolves usually avoid human activity so it's not really a problem but if they pass a certain point they are often shot and killed.

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Are Arctic wolves secondary consumers or composers?

Wolves are secondary consumers, humans, then lower carnivores, then come the herbavores, and on the bottom is producers aka plants

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How does an Arctic wolf camouflage?

Well it's because the snow is white and the wolves's fur coat is white so the snow and their fur basically just blends in together. White and white! So that's how they camouflage into the snow! =]
its fur (white)

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How does an Arctic wolf adapt to the Arctic?

IT hunts lemming and then stores the nutrients

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Is the Arctic wolf sold on the black market?

Yes, they've been sold on the Black Market countless times. They are high in price, ranging from $1500-$2000. Of course, that means they are popular in the Black Market. They are sold for the pure purpose of their notoriously soft fur. The arctic Wolf has amazingly soft fur and it consists of three coats. The inner, which is formed when the wolf is a pup, the outer, which is soft and high in price, and the taugh, which is the very outer layer and is extremely tough. It is used for warmth and extra protection during the winter and hunting seasons. Hope this helped =)

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Are Arctic wolves carnivores?

yes they are. Most or all wolves are carnivores.

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Are Arctic wolves consumers?

Yes, Arctic wolves are secondary consumers. In the wild, Arctic wolves' primarily prey on muskoxen and Arctic hares. They have also been found to prey on lemmings, Arctic foxes, birds and beetles.

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Do Arctic wolves have blue eyes?

No, blue eyes is ONLY A DOG TRAIT. No pure wolf has blue eyes, only when they're very young, like about 3 months old.

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What are three interesting facts about the Arctic wolf?

1. They can weigh up to 200 pounds and up.

2. They can withstand temperatures of up to 80 below zero.

3. Their fur changes color throughout the year. Winter is white. Spring and summer is brown. Fall is gray.

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Why didnt 38 witnesses do anything to try to help Kitty Genovese when they saw her being murdered?

In short, the answer can be summed up as "diffusion of responsibility", which in social psychological terms, translates to the number of persons in the group, dictates how fast a response to emergencies will be given. In other words, the more people to a group, the less likely it is for any individual group member to act "individually" and seek out help. This is so because it is hypothesized that an individual will think to themselves "someone else will call for help", which if all 38 people are thinking this, then who is calling for help? There is also the shock & awe value of a traumatic situation, meaning a shocking event more often than not, can cause delay in a group setting. Think of a fight in a public setting, more often than not, individuals of the "group" gather around first to see whats going on before any type of preventative action is taken to stop the fight. I wish I could remember the exact terminology for these phenomena, but these are the general ideas of those terms. Maybe someone else can fill in any blanks that I may have missed.

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Is the Arctic wolf an endangered animal?

No, the Arctic wolf, a race of the gray wolf, is not an endangered species.

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What does the Arctic wolf eat?

Arctic wolves are carnivores and they eat musk oxen, peary caribou, arctic foxes, ptarmigan, lemmings, seals, nesting birds, and arctic hares.
Depending on the season, Arctic wolves eat Caribou, hares, voles, and moose.

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Are the gray wolf and Arctic wolf the same?

No. The Grey wolf is a wolf reining in forested reigons. It's fur color can range from black, grey, orange, red, silver, white, etc. But the Arctic wolf is a breed that specifically lives in the Arctic, or colder climates.
An Arctic wolf is a type of gray wolf, but not all gray wolves are Arctic wolves.

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Is a gray wolf an Arctic wolf?

The Arctic wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf.

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Can Arctic wolves make good pets?

Definitely not! wild animals are not meant to be pets!

I dont think that is a true statement or a informed one.

We currently have a female artic/timber wolf mix she is going on three years old her name is Shoshonee and she is a great pet she is very sociolable loves to play listens you can take the food right out of her mouth. the only drawback is that she isnt very other animal friendly. but that is because she wasnt raised around other animals. And that is not her fault but ours for not knowing at the time. She is very loyal protective of our home and family.I personally wouldnt trade her for anything she is part of our family. Any breed can get a bad rap by misinformation. Wolves are not for everybody they do take a strong personaility to control them so dont let them be the alpha and they will follow you to hell and back.

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What kind of feet does the Arctic wolf have?

Arctic wolves and all canines have padded paws, and most have non-retractable claws.

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Where do Arctic wolves live?

The Arctic wolf (Canis lupus arctos), also known as the Melville Island wolf, is a subspecies of gray wolf native to the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, from Melville Island to Ellesmere Island.

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What are the four stages of the French Revolution?

The meeting of the Etats generaux (Estates General), the revolution beginning with the storming of the Bastille, la Terreur (The Reign of Terror) with Robespierre, and the Consulate (with Napoleon).

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How many Arctic wolves live today?

Approximately 200 wild Arctic wolves are living today.

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How tall can Arctic wolves grow?

On average they won't get taller than 32" at the shoulder and if they raise their head they can reach 36"

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Does an Arctic wolf eat an Arctic seal?

No, Arctic seals do not appear on the Arctic wolf's menu. In the wild, Arctic wolves primarily prey on muskoxen and Arctic hares. They have also been found to prey on lemmings, Arctic foxes, birds and beetles.

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How do you say Arctic wolf in Latin?

Canis lupus arctos is the Latin name for the Arctic wolf.

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Are gray wolves the same as Arctic wolves?

The Arctic wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf.

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Do Arctic wolves mate for life?

Yes, of course.


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