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    Extraordinary Canis Lupus The Canis lupus, more commonly known as the Gray Wolf, is one of the most famous species of species of wolf. Once common in North America, the Gray Wolf has had an extraordinary history within the United States. Persecuted in the early 1960s, the Canis lupus was nearly driven to extinction. Now once again on the rise due to conservative efforts, the future of the Gray Wolf remains to be seen. The Gray wolf currently inhabits Yellowstone National Park, northeast Oregon, Alaska

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    The Reintroduction of the Gray Wolf to Yellowstone Gauss’ Law states that no two organisms can occupy the same ecological niche without excluding the other, but what happens when man gets involved with nature and tries to introduce a species where it doesn’t belong which in turn provides a second organism to fill the same niche as the first? The results of human intervention have often been disastrous for the organism that we’re supposedly helping. Humans often times do not understand the

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    The Gray Wolf

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    This report is all about the gray wolf. Its scientific name is Canis Lupis. Canis is the Latin word for dog. The genus also includes jackals and coyotes. Lupis is the Latin word for wolf. Gray wolves look similar to German shepherds, but the wolf has longer legs and bigger feet. The color of a gray wolf can range from black to white, but shades of gray are the most common. A unique feature about gray wolves is that the farther north you find them, the larger they are. Males can range from (nose-to-tail)

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    The Gray Wolf Ecosystems

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    begin with, in 1995 the Gray Wolf was introduced back into Yellowstone National Park. This made the park’s ecosystem form back to it’s regular balance of the ecosystem. The balance of the ecosystem goes producer, herbivore, then carnivore. This is called the food chain and with the Gray Wolf back on top of the food chain it will help the ecosystem's balance. “Loned dispersed wolves have traveled as far as 600 miles in search of a new home”. This means that it can take a Gray Wolf up to 600 miles to find

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    Gray Wolf Essay

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    Wolves Research Paper (3rd) The gray wolf is the biggest member of the canine family. Their fur color varies from black to all-white or grizzled gray. The gray wolf resembles a German shepherd because it is the ancestor of the domestic dog. (Basic Facts) They eat elk, caribou, moose, and deer. Gray wolves hunt, travel, and live in packs of 4-8 members on average. (Basic Facts) The gray wolf migrated from Asia to North America in the Rancholabrean era about 750,000 years ago. (Wikipedia) They then

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    Wisconsin Gray Wolf

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    Wisconsin Gray Wolf Walking through the forests of northern Wisconsin, one may have the fortune to hear the haunting howl of the gray wolf, rising and falling in the cool air. This majestic predator has long inhabited the wilderness of Wisconsin but was nearly wiped out by human imposed threats. Since the gray wolf’s disappearance from the state, great lengths were dedicated to bringing the wolves back. Through dedication, education, research, and improvements to habitat, the gray wolf once more

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    subsequent reintroduction of the gray wolf in Northern America. The second section will explore the political controversy that surrounds the reintroduction of the gray wolf in Yellowstone. The third section will contain discuss the gray wolf and its impact on the ecosystem of Yellowstone. I will conclude my essay by explaining how the gray wolves act as climate change buffers in Yellowstone amidst global warming. The history behind the extirpation of the grey wolf in the United States dates back

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    Gray Wolf Case Study

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    Gray Wolf Optimization Gray wolf optimization is presented in the following subsections based on the work in [13]. 1) Inspiration: Grey wolves are considered as apex predators, meaning that they are at the top of the food chain. Grey wolves mostly prefer to live in a pack. The group size is 512 on average.They have a very strict social dominant hierarchy. The leaders are a male and a female, called alphas. The alpha is mostly responsible for making decisions about hunting, sleeping place, time to

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    understanding and an abundance of anger, humans in North America have caused much change to the gray wolf’s life. Alterations in habitat, behavior, diet, and human measures for control have created a multitude of hardships for the gray wolf population. Encroachment from human settlers has caused dramatic adjustments in the gray wolf’s habitat and behavior. Since the beginning of colonization in America, the gray wolf’s territories have been altered and decreased for humans benefit. While the wolves still

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    California's last solitary wolf was reportedly killed in 1924 in Lassen County. Once a widely distributed species throughout the Pacific Northwest, the settlement of European Americans brought the eradication of the Gray wolf from California. Bounties on wolves had been established in Europe dating back to ancient Greece, so consequently European settlers came to America with this plan in mind. An early Plymouth Colony established a fine from "whoever shall shoot off a gun on an unnecessary

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