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Lone Wolves [2021] Full Movie Download In Italian Hd



To date, eight wolves in Yellowstone National Park have become habituated to humans. Biologists successfully conducted aversive conditioning on some of them to discourage being close to humans, but two had to be killed.




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  • Kingdom: Animalia

  • Phylum: Chordata

  • Class: Mammalia

  • Order: Carnivora

  • Family: Canidae (dog family)

  • Genus: Canis (Latin word meaning "dog")

  • Species: lupus (Greek word meaning "wolf")

  • Common names: gray wolf, timber wolf

  • Names in other languages: Lobo (Spanish), Loup (French), Lupo (Italian), Varg (Swedish), Ulv (Norwegian)

  • Physical CharacteristicsAverage body mass: males 110 pounds (50 kg); females 90 pounds (41 kg)

  • Heaviest known wolf in Yellowstone: 148 pounds (wolf 760M of Yellowstone Delta pack with no food in stomach)

  • Average height at shoulder: males 81 cm, females 77 cm

  • Average length: 181 cm

  • Eyes: blue at birth, light yellow to gold to brown as an adult

  • Number of bones: 319 males, 318 females

  • Number of teeth: 42

  • Dental formulae: incisors 3 top/3 bottom, canines 1/1, premolars 4/4, molars 3/2 (on each side)

  • Pelage: gray or black (ratio 50:50), rarely white

  • Black coat color: caused by K-locus gene thought to have originated from historic hybridization with domestic dogs 500-14,000 years ago

  • Locomotion: tetrapedal, digitigrade

  • Average rate of speed: 5 miles/hour (8 kph)

  • Top speed: 35 miles/hour (56 kph)

  • Body temperature: 100-102.5 F (37.3-39.1 C)

  • Respiration: 10-30 breathes per minute

  • Heart rate: 70-120 beats per minute

  • Bite pressure: 1,200 psi

  • Senses and CommunicationSmell: excellent, although unmeasured. Estimated to be thousands of times better than humans

  • Vision: excellent night vision; no red or green cones, but have blue and yellow cones

  • Hearing: little is known, but probably similar to dogs (relatively normal hearing abilities compared to other mammals)

  • Howling function: many uses, including intrapack communication, advertising territory, coordinating social activities

  • Distance howling can be heard: forest=11km (6.6 mi), open areas=16 km (9.6 mi)

  • DietFeeding habits: generalist carnivore; scavenges when possible and has been known to eat small amounts of vegetation

  • Primary food sources in Yellowstone: Winter: elk (>96%), bison (3-4% and increasing in recent years; deer (1.5%); Spring: elk (89%), bison (7%), deer (7.1%); Summer: elk (85%), bison (14.1%), deer (5 years old: 18%

  • Current North American population: 67,100-74,100 (53,600-57,600 of these in Canada)

  • Average home range size in Yellowstone (northern range): 274 km2 (range=58-1,151 km2)

  • Average home range size in Yellowstone (interior): 620 km2 (range=105-1675 km2)

  • Average home range size in Yellowstone (park-wide): 428 km2

  • Group of wolves: pack/ family (one of few eusocial species)

  • Average pack size in Yellowstone: 9.8

  • Largest pack recorded in Yellowstone: Druid Peak, 37 wolves (2001); may be the largest ever recorded (42 wolves seen together in Wood Buffalo National Park (1974) but unknown if they were a single pack)

  • Percent of population that are lone wolves in Yellowstone: 2-5%

  • Percent of population that are lone wolves in North America: 10-15%

  • Sex ratio: 50:50

  • Breeding and PupsMating: usually monogamous, but about 25% of packs have multiple breeding pairs under polygymous matings

  • Courtship: mid-February

  • Gestation: 63 days

  • Birth period: mid-April

  • Birth location: den

  • Typical dens: excavated under large roots, boulders, hillsides, caves with a tunnel leading to an enlarged chamber; several entrances and chambers may be present

  • Den emergence: 10-14 days

  • Average litter size in Yellowstone: 4.4 at den emergence, 3.2 survive until late December

  • Maximum litter size recorded in Yellowstone: 11

  • Split litters: multiple fathers per litter have not been detected in wild gray wolves

  • Weaning: 5-9 weeks from milk, then brought food (regurgitation) for another 3 months

  • Milk content: 6.6% fat; 144 kCal per 100 grams

  • Rendezvous sites: used as wolf pups get older as a central homesite; time spent there and number of homesites varies widely between packs

  • Average female age at first litter in Yellowstone: 2.7

  • Oonset of female reproduction senescence: 4-5 years

  • Interbirth interval: can be every year

  • Eyes open: 12-14 days

  • Dispersal: both sexes, YNP average age 2 years, 1 month; range 1-4 years



In addition to Lone Wolf, he has also created two other role-playing gamebook series (Freeway Warrior and Combat Heroes) and designed several best-selling video games for PCs and consoles. The Freeway Warrior series of gamebooks are set in a post-apocalyptic, Mad Max-like world. The Combat Heroes gamebooks are illustrated adventures where each paragraph is a full-page picture representing what the player sees, with two modes. Alone, the aim is to escape from a maze. In one-on-one play, two players are duelling in a maze. Each player has a different book ; at a given page, the illustration shows an empty corridor; when the other character is in sight (i.e. the player read given page numbers), the player has to turn to another page showing the other opponent's position in the corridor. Combat is then resolved before the game continues.


Wolves are legendary because of their spine-tingling howl, which they use to communicate. A lone wolf howls to attract the attention of his pack, while communal howls may send territorial messages from one pack to another. Some howls are confrontational. Much like barking domestic dogs, wolves may simply begin howling because a nearby wolf has already begun.


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