Grey wolves are astonishing runners, their body is well adapted for this. Grey wolves toes are the only part of their foot that touches the ground when they walk.  Their front feet have five toes, their first toe doesn't touch the ground. While their back feet have four toes. The fact that they have canine teeth is perfect for their hunting, pulling meat off bones and they are capable of crushing bones with their amazing teeth. Grey wolves stomach has been well adapted to storing food, rather than fast digestion.  It also means Grey wolves eat in one feeding period to take advantage of prey availability. Grey wolves consume all body parts except hair and bones of prey.
 
 
In this video there is two clans of wolves, The Dreweds are being attacked by another clan, The Slues.

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fsm9opbeyaM 
 
 
Grey Wolves are not endangered yet, but at the rate we're going they might be soon.
 
 
The average lifespan of Grey Wolves is between six and eight years, many will die sooner but some can reach thirteen years old. Grey Wolves that are in captivity (not in the wild) can live up to seventeen years.

 
 
Grey Wolves communicate by body language like barking, growling, howling and so much more. Grey Wolves sometimes bark as a warning if danger is coming. 

 

Grey Wolves Pups

11/21/2013

 
Grey Wolves pups are usually born in a den. At birth, they cannot see or hear. Pups are weaned (that means they don't need their mother’s milk and things like that) at about six weeks.
 
 
Are Grey Wolves still hunted? Unfortunately, yes in the western US they still hunt Grey Wolves.
 
 
Grey Wolves were common through all of North America but they were sadly killed in most area's of the United States by 1930's. Grey Wolves habitat has been cut down to Canada and the following parts of the US: Alaska, Idaho, Michigan, Montana, Wisconsin and Wyoming. 
 
 
What do you call a female Grey Wolf? Well, they are sometimes called a she-wolf. An Alpha female? Alpha female's are usually called Luna's. The Alpha male is called a Funris, as for a male wolf they are called 'dogs'.
 
 
Grey Wolves have no wild predators, their main threats are humans and their guns sadly.
 

Grey Wolves Pack

11/20/2013

 
Grey Wolves travel, hunt and spend their life in groups of wolves called packs, packs usually contain four-seven animals. The mother and father live in the pack, along with their pups or cubs as some people call them, and a few other young wolves. Some wolves live in clans like in the video we watched.
 
 
Grey Wolves live in many different habitats such as mountain ranges, forests, grasslands, woodlands and even deserts!
 

Grey Wolves Diet

11/20/2013

 
Grey Wolves are known to eat large mammals such as elk, deer and moose. Grey Wolves also eat beaver, rabbit and other small prey. Grey Wolves will scavenge for food and even eat animals that have past away!