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Wolf (Creatures of the Wild) by Ann Mallard

Wolf (Creatures of the Wild)

by Ann Mallard

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0785808280, Hardcover)

It is North America's largest canine carnivore, a legendary hunter whose awesome strength has been immortalized in both ancient and modern myths. Wolf--the very name stirs controversy. Since early man first heard its lonesome, chilling howl, this fearsome hunter has haunted our imaginations.

In Wolf, one of five titles in the Creatures of the Wild series, the behavior and habitat of these mysterious animals is thoroughly explored. Large, full-color photos offer close views of the life of a wolf pack, the frolicking play of young pups, and the cunning skill used in the hunt. Ample text and statistical charts provide detailed information on the gray wolf, but the lesser-known red and Mexican wolves are not as well documented. However, an excellent effort is made to dispel the many misconceptions surrounding these magnificent animals, including reports on their recent reintroduction into Yellowstone National Park. --George Laney

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:31 -0400)

Describes the life of wolves in their natural environment.

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