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Table of Contents: 1. Taxonomy: what is a wolf? 2. Morphology: what do wolves look like and how are they built for survival? 2. Distribution and Abundance: where do wolves live? 3. What do wolves look like and how do they survive? 4. Communication: how do wolves communicate? 5. Land Use: how do wolves use their environment? 6. Social Behavior: how do wolves interact with other wolves? 7. Populations: what is a wolf population and how does it change? 8. Food: what do wolves eat? 8. How do wolves get along with other species? 9. Species Interactions: how do other species interact with wolves? 10. Humans: how do humans and wolves interact?
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Wolves