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Take a Wolf Quiz

You've learned a lot about wolves in this project. Here's a chance to test your wolf wisdom. See how many of these questions you can answer from memory. Then look through the areas of the project to find answers to the rest.

Think of it as a scavenger hunt. The information you need to answer these questions can be found in the wolf guides, journal entries, bulletin boards — anywhere!

  1. Do wolves hibernate?

  2. What is another name for radio-tracking, the method biologists use to follow wolves?

  3. What is the farthest distance a wolf can be tracked from?

  4. Where have red wolves been reintroduced after an absence of over 100 years?

  5. Why is it important that wolves prey on old and sick animals?

  6. How long has Roland Smith been caring for exotic animals?

  7. What is "prey density"?

  8. Where have gray wolves been reintroduced after an absence of over 60 years?

  9. How many pounds of meat does an average gray wolf eat in one day?

  10. Name the members of the Canidae family.

  11. Why is aerial darting sometimes a difficult way to catch a wolf?

  12. What is the purpose of Operation Wolf Stock?

Did you know the answers to all these questions? Check the answers to find out how you did!


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