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posted by LunaDragon
भेड़िया live in groups of between two and twenty (averaging about six to eight) animals. These groups are called packs. Each pack of भेड़िया maintains an area, called a territory, which belongs to it and which it defends from other wolves. Within this territory, the pack hunts, sleeps, plays, and raises pups. Territories range in size from 50 to 1,000 square miles, depending on how much prey is available. Packs also vary in size depending on what kind of prey is available. भेड़िया packs which hunt deer as a primary स्रोत of खाना will have fewer भेड़िया than packs which hunt बिजोन, बाइसन या moose. These...
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भेड़िया communicate via many media. The most common are body postures, gestures, and soft sounds, such as those described earlier when a dominant भेड़िया meets a submissive one. The meaning of these postures may vary in context — that is, their meanings change depending on which other postures, sounds या gestures are used द्वारा the भेड़िया at the same time.

For example, there is an expression called an agonistic pucker. A भेड़िया with this expression has its lips retracted, baring its canines and incisors. It may या may not be doing other things: it may have its tail up या down, its ears आगे या back,...
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posted by LunaDragon
भेड़िया primarily eat meat. Their प्रिय prey is large ungulates (hoofed mammals) such as deer, elk, moose, caribou and bison. Since many of these जानवर are larger than wolves, the only way भेड़िया can catch them is to live and hunt in groups. भेड़िया will also catch and eat rabbits, mice, birds, snakes, मछली and other animals. भेड़िया will eat non-meat items (such as vegetables), but not often.

Even working together, it is hard for भेड़िया to catch their prey. Healthy deer can easily outrun wolves, and large जानवर like moose या बिजोन, बाइसन often stand their ground until the भेड़िया give up. Some...
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posted by LunaDragon
 Blue भेड़िया
Blue wolf
भेड़िया are large, predatory canids once common throughout North America, Europe, Africa and Asia, now living mostly in remote wilderness. They are the largest living members of the canid family, which also includes foxes and coyotes. भेड़िया are the ancestors of all domestic dogs.

There are two species of भेड़िया in North America. The smaller species is the red wolf, Canis rufus, which has shorter, redder फर than the gray wolf. The gray wolf, Canis lupus, has thicker फर which is और gray या golden, and is larger than the red wolf. The gray भेड़िया lives in the northeastern United States, Canada, and Europe. The red भेड़िया lives in the southeastern United States.

There are many subspecies of the gray wolf, such as the arctic wolf, a white subspecies which lives in Alaska and northern Canada, and the Mexican wolf, a smaller subspecies which has been recently reintroduced in parts of the southwestern United States.
 Grey भेड़िया
Grey wolf
 white भेड़िया
white wolf