Considering the facts the A) wolverines are rarely seen and even less often captured and B) out of the 11 wolverine pups born in captivity in 2009, only 1 survived, a wolverine pup could possibly cost upwards of 20,000 USD. That sucks though, they'd make one hardcore pet... they'd catch on with bikers I'm sure.
Dogs and wolves are the same species, so they are the same in most ways. The main difference between dogs and wolves is that dogs have evolved to be good at living with humans so they make good pets and wolves have not.
Five similarities are:
1. They both eat meat
2. They both use body language to communicate
3. They both have a keen sense of smell
4. They both cannot eat chocolate
5. They both are in the genus canis
They absorb heat from external sources. Reptiles are endothermic - they bask in direct sunlight (or under a heat-lamp in captivity) to heat their bodies to a working temperature.
Kinda-sorta, but not really.
Reptiles can't do much to regulate their temperature internally, but will move from sunny spots to shaded spots, or even into water to maintain a body temperature within a tolerable span. Below that, some will hibernate to deal with colder times.
Mammals have some other strategies available. Some, like humans, can sweat to cool off. Others, like dogs, can shed heat through panting. And we can generate heat by shivering or moving about.
Even fish will do a bit of adjusting by swimming between warmer and colder layers.
depending on the temprature or time (either 8:30 pm to 4:00am) coyotes will howl at the times given above. You'll hear them howl at the moon or communicating to each other like "Stay away for this is my territory!".
There are many wild animals throughout Africs, and it is impossible to list all of them, but some of the most well known african animals include:
Lions, giraffe, African Elephants, Zebra, gazelle, Nile Crocodiles, hippopotamus, warthogs and hyenas.
If you are thinking of a specific animal, you may be thinking of African Wild dogs.
Also known as a "warrigal", the dingo (Canis lupus dingo) is a type of canid found in many parts of Australia.
When they are scared or are sneaking up on something
A group of coyotes is called a band, a pack or a rout
They rarely do - they hunt mostly at night.
Dogs that live in the wild are called 'wild dogs', simply 'dogs', or called by their species like 'wolf','coyote'. Common breeds without owners are called stray dogs. Mixed breeds of unknown lineage are called 'muts'. A domesticated dog that has lived with humans and later for whatever reason lives in the wild is called a 'feral dog'.
Rouge "Dagos" live in Australia. Hyenas live in Africa.
The originator of the binomial system to name species in Latin was Linnaeus. He named many common species, naming wolves in 1758the originator of he binomial system, Linneaus, named wolves Canus lupus. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canis_lupus
There is an Alpha male and an Alpha female (the main pair of the pack) other then that no there is on the one Alpha pair
Dog was the earliest animal to be domesticated and we have concrete evidence for this from at least around 14,000 years ago, at the end of the earliest stage of the stone age. As to whether these animals could have been described as pets is another issue. It is likely they were primarily kept as working animals, assisting with hunting. By the middle stone age, or Mesolithic there is evidence that dogs had a special status in society, indicated by their burial in human cemeteries (as seen at Skateholm in Sweden).
Most of them live or rest by the soursoce of fodd being that the trash.
Some do. Not real common, but i got my first white tipped tail today. So the answer is yes, but most don't.
Coyotes tend to get a little bit bigger than jackals.Sometimes coyotes can get twice the size of a jackal.Jackals live in Africa, southern Asia, and southwestern Europe.Desert coyotes tend to weigh 20 pounds which is the same size of a jackal.
Coywolves, which are hybrids between the coyote and a wolf, are an extremely rare natural occurrence and cannot be called endangered, since they are not a full species.
Because they are more energetic than wildcats. The Asian raccoon is the only exception. If they were bears wild dogs would hibernate. They are not, so wild dogs do not hibernate. I was bitten by a Lab puppy a long time ago.
Because they would attack live-stock
Wolves have very sharp teeth, for they are mammals. Their teeth are in the middle of the sharp spectrum. Basically, this means, their teeth are about sharper than half of the animal kingdom-less sharp than the other half. Middle of the food chain.
Alphas: There is an Alpha Male and an Alpha Female in a pack. Usually, they are mates. These two are the only ones who are aloud to mate and have pups in the pack, unless they give permission to another two wolves in their pack to mate. These wolves are respected by all the pack and the pack will always follow their orders.
Beta: There is usually only one Beta, but sometimes, quite rarely actually, there may be two. A Beta is like second-in-command or a deputy. The Beta gives the orders when the Alphas aren't around, but as soon as the Alphas return, the Beta is not in charge. The Beta is near the top of the wolf pack, but still highly respects the Alphas. Usually, the Beta will find a mate, and run off to have pups with him/her and start their own pack. Or the Beta will wait and take on the role of Alpha of his/her current pack.
Delta: Not much to say about the Delta except that they are training to become the Beta.
Wolves: Then there are just the pack members. These members have no rank in the pack really and they all respect the Alphas and do what they are told.
Omega: At the bottom of the pack is the Omega. This wolf usually becomes the Omega because they did something wrong or bad. The Omega is treated with no respect at all and usually they have no friends within the pack. They do work and chores and are bossed around by everyone.
Wild dogs typically get salt from the food that they eat. They consume the flesh of animals they kill, but also often eat the contents of their prey's stomachs and other organs.
A den. Like the fox.