I recently saw on Twitter that some people might be upset about our lack of Timberwolves coverage. This is fair, I know I’ve personally never written about them. I’m allowed to write about whatever I want and I like Timberwolves, so why haven’t I? It’s time to change that. For the first time in my life, I’m going to write about Timberwolves.
The first thing to know is timber wolves is actually two words. Timber wolves can be found in North America, Asia, Europe, and the northern part of Africa. I think that’s pretty neat!
Unlike my family, timber wolves all stay together in something called a pack. This usually consists of one male wolf, a female wolf, and of course their wolf pups. On occasion, there might be some younger wolves in the pack as well. It just depends on how active the parents are.
The timber wolf is a nocturnal animal. Of course, what this means is they sleep during the day and hunt for food at night. Much like Mark Rosen, one of the timber wolf’s favorite nightly activities is to hunt for beaver. Timber wolves also like to hunt deer, elk, goats, and rabbits.
On average, a wild timber wolf lives between 8 and 13 years.
And just remember if you ever see a timber wolf, it may look like a nice doggie but it is actually a mean killer.
This was fun. I should have jumped on the timber wolves bandwagon sooner!
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