http://www.saskschools.ca/~gregory/animals/wolverine.html
http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/kids/animal-facts/wolverine.asp


Appearanceexternal image wolverine.jpg

  • five long claws
  • large teeth
  • powerful jaws
  • brown fur
  • 12 kg to 18 kg (males), 8 kg to 12 kg (females)
  • large feet
  • like a skunk
  • show teeth when disturbed
  • height 66 to 86

Homeexternal image wolverine2.jpg

  • found throughout Canada
  • in the Arctic
  • digs a den with tunnels in a snowdrift that is near piles of rocks
  • some live in dens
  • make dens out of snow
  • forests and tundra
  • found in Alaska, Russia and Greenland

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  • frozen meat
  • bones
  • reindeer
  • mice and rats
  • birds and eggs


Youngexternal image Marten.jpg

  • one or two litter two or three years
  • two or three babies
  • birth once a year
  • birth in late winer
  • with mother for two years



Enemies

  • wolves
  • porcupines
  • bears
  • humans


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  • don't stak ther prey
  • scientific name gulo gulo
  • not fast movers
  • pounce on prey from trees
  • endangerd species