WOLF CUB, SEATED 15'' L are anatomically scaled to create the best reproduction of the life size stuffed animal and the most realistic stuffed animal in the industry.
Wolves are some of the most iconic predators in the animal kingdom. They’re featured in songs, legends, and even modern films. Although the gray wolf (timber wolf) is the most recognizable, there are more than 30 distinct subspecies that range across the northern hemisphere. These dedicated pack animals hunt together, roam together, and play together, all while maintaining an important role in their local ecosystem.
The scientific name for wolves is Canis lupus. “Lupus” is the Latin name for “wolf,” while “canis” is the Latin name for “dog”. Wolves belong to the Canidae family alongside domesticated dogs, coyotes, raccoons, and many other carnivorous species. There are over thirty different subspecies of this animal that can be found across the northern hemisphere.
Wolves are large, four-legged, carnivorous mammals. They have pointed ears, elongated snouts, and bushy tails that curl behind them as a means of expression. Although there are many different subspecies with their own unique coloring, most wolves share the same rough, thick fur with either a gray or beige pattern. In many cases, the animal’s natural coloring will match the landscape that they need to blend in with.
Wolves are social animals that live and hunt together in a pack. Most packs contain about 4-8 adults, but packs as large as 30 have been known to exist in some parts of Alaska. Packs maintain territories between 25 and 100 miles across. In most cases, the wolves are the only prominent carnivores within their chosen territory.
- Dog descendants: The Latin name for dogs is Canis lupus familiaris. This means that, according to animal classification standards, all dogs are actually just a type of wolf. Both dogs and wolves are members of the largest canine species in existence!
- Mouth full of teeth: The average wolf has a total of 42 teeth in its mouth. Their teeth can be up to 2.5 inches long.
- Quick sprints: When wandering as a pack, wolves tend to travel at a rate of 5 miles per hour. However, when a wolf wants to run, it can sprint as fast as 38 miles per hour.
- Long-term relationships: Many wolf species mate for life.
Product Dimension: 14.57(L) X 7.87(W) X 12.6(H)
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