Anatomy & Morphology
Scavenger wolves are a species of Canine. They appear somewhat similar to true wolves, but are often much larger. A typical Scavenger wolf can be up to 240 cm long, and 120 cm tall at shoulder height. Often, it's fur is black, grey, white, gold, or sometimes red or brown.
Genetics and Reproduction
Scavenger wolves often are territorial and hostile to trespassers those of the same gender, and both genders when they have a mate. They are monogamous, and should one mate die, another is usually found. Litters are typically 4 to 12 pups strong.
Ecology and Habitats
Thriving in much of the world, the scavenger wolf can be found in the temperate regions of Chara and Liberas, as well as the colder regions of @[Acadia](location:5a88ab91-dde9-4b49-bc28-0f3c583256a7. They can't tolerate torrid environments.
Dietary Needs and Habits
Scavenger wolves will often hunt with packs of true wolves, preying on herbivorous animals with body mass similar to that of the combined pack members. In some circumstances, a scavenger wolf may hunt alone. It's size and strength allows it to take down many types of prey without aid. Although they prefer larger animals, they will not differentiate size or type of prey when it has been unable to eat for extended periods of time, naturally caused or otherwise.
Scavenger wolves are active year round. During the last few weeks of fall, their coat tends to change to a lighter color, and turns darker again in the spring.
Perception and Sensory Capabilities
Scavenger wolves have an excellent sense of smell, and can easily track large and small prey. They also have a remarkable sense sound, to the point of sometimes being able to navigate relying mainly on their sense of sound.
- Scientific Name
- Canis Venari
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