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Wild, Wild Wolves by Joyce Milton
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Apr 19, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: ecosystemms, animals, science-content, habitats, science

This is a very interesting science book that details the habits and behaviors of wolves. It describes many of the traits and characteristics of wolves and how they have changed and developed throughout the history of their species. The book gives many interesting facts that students may not have known previously. For example, did you know that when wolves wag the tip of their tail they are getting ready to attack? Or that wolves can eat the same as 100 hamburgers in a single meal? The book gives information such as this that will be very interesting and useful to students.
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