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Who takes care of wolf pups?
The pups' mother
The first wild dogs lived in
Wild dogs can hear sounds
too loud for humans to hear.
too faint for humans to hear.
from 10 miles away.
Coyotes are most active
during the day.
at dusk and dawn.
Which of these is NOT a wild dog?
Most scientists believe that all pet dogs are descended from
The smallest wild dog stands only a foot high and weighs 5 pounds. It is a
Wild dogs now live on every continent except
In what unusual place can gray foxes be found?
Even when it sleeps, a wild dog's ears
are inside out.
are constantly moving.
stand straight up.
When a pack of dogs is off hunting, who takes care of the pups left behind?
Each mother dog stays back with her own pups.
An older female watches all the pack's pups.
No one. The pups are hidden and left alone.
How does a bat-eared fox make use of its enormous ears?
It uses them to listen for insects underground.
It scratches its tail with them.
It frightens away smaller animals with them.
Female wild dogs give birth to a ______ of pups.
What is one common way for fennecs to escape the desert heat?
They turn on the air conditioning.
They go swimming.
They lie in burrows dug in the sand.
What do Arctic foxes do when caught in a blizzard?
They run around to stay warm.
They curl up in tight balls and cover their faces with their tails.
They look for ice floes to ride away from the storm.
Coyotes can reach top speeds of
40 miles per hour.
60 miles per hour.
80 miles per hour.
One way wild dogs show affection is by
staring into each other's eyes.
One way wild dogs get food is by
begging from larger animals.
Which of these might a guide dog do to help a deaf person?
Carry groceries to the car.
Drive the car home.
Alert the person to doorbells or smoke alarms.
A wild dog's body is almost all
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