The wolf The wolf is the animal most legendary European fauna, the most hated, most feared and therefore probably the most secretly admired. Always present in the traditions, legends and stories have been passed from generation to generation, the wolf was the real competitor of our hunter. Like the man, the wolf hunting in groups, preferring large dams and cemented his power in his intelligence and strength of the clan. Given this convergence of skills the clash between the two hunters who once inhabited Europe was inevitable, and the wolf went missing. Today, out of Eastern Europe, is only found in Spain and some parts of Italy, where the isolation of their populations portends a promising future for the species. The wolf is a social animal that lives in small groups which are sometimes joined together. Check the mating season the flocks break up and breeding pairs are isolated while the other components remain together or attached to other groups that are in the same circumstances. Gestation lasts about two and a half months, after which a number varies born puppies. It is customary to oscillate between four and seven cubs who are breastfed by his mother until five weeks, at which time and begin to strengthen their tusks eating prey their parents bring to the den. Today, in some inaccessible mountains of northern and central Spain wolves take out their latest litters. The wolf is widespread in Eastern Europe. It is an outstanding runner. Displacements have been found nearly two hundred miles without a halt.
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