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Canis lupus

vidèo :

reng taxonomic :

  • espècia

estatut de conservacion :

  • Preocupacion menora

prèmis recebuts :

  • Q109758333 (data : 2017)
  • Animal of the Year (data : 2003)

taxon superior :

  • Canis

mapa de reparticion :

  • Dobrir lo ligam (legenda de l'imatge : Distribució actual (verd) i anterior (vermell))

nom scientific :

  • Canis lupus (autor taxonomic : Carl von Linné ; data de descripcion scientifica : sègle 18)

natura de l'element :

  • Superpredator
  • taxon

àudio :

font principala de noiridura :

  • bouquetin
  • saumon
  • pera
  • Ovis orientalis
  • Capreolus capreolus
  • Baia
  • Ovis orientalis musimon
  • Alces Alces
  • Vulpes vulpes
  • Nyctereutes procyonoides
  • rasim
  • gaspillage alimentaire
  • singlar
  • Oryctolagus cuniculus
  • Castorids
  • charogne
  • Myocastor coypus
  • ausèl
  • Rangièr
  • Cervidae
  • Lièvre d'Europe
  • Arvicolinae
  • Odocoileus hemionus
  • Bos taurus
  • herbe
  • lemming
  • Ovis aries
  • Buòu muscat
  • poma
  • Rupicapra
  • Peis
  • Canis lupus familiaris
  • Cervus elaphus
  • gat domestic
  • Bisont
  • Cervus canadensis

sens definit OmegaWiki :

  • 158033

descrit per :

  • Gujin tushu jicheng (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q96599908)
  • XIe édition de l'Encyclopædia Britannica (afirmacion detalhada dins : 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Wolf)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art Tagging Vocabulary (data : 07/05/2021 ; sous le nom : Wolves)
  • Dictionnaire encyclopédique Brockhaus et Efron (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q24190397)
  • Bible Encyclopedia of Archimandrite Nicephorus (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q24190323)
  • Encyclopédie juive Brockhaus et Efron (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q24963092)
  • Dictionnaire raisonné de la langue vivante grande-russienne (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q24190166)
  • Petit Dictionnaire encyclopédique Brockhaus-Efron (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q24190217)

caracterizat per :

  • omnivore

nom cort :

  • C. lupus

nom vernacular :

  • ulv
  • Lobo
  • grey wolf
  • gray wolf
  • wilk szary
  • timber wolf
  • vlk obecný
  • loup
  • Loup commun
  • Loup gris
  • Wolfe
  • common wolf
  • wolf
  • susi
  • Loup vulgaire
  • Lobo gris
  • varg
  • wilk
  • gråvarg

lista d'elements :

  • list of gray wolf populations by country

sosclassa de :

  • Canidae


  • C1510418

còdi OEPP :


periòde de gestacion :

  • 62

fréquence cardiaque :

  • 200 (partida concernida : effort important)
  • 90 (partida concernida : repos)

quotient de force de morsure :

  • 136

durée de vie maximale :

  • 20.6

prononciacion :

contengut de la lista de projècte de Wikimèdia :

  • Wikipèdia:Tièra de 10 000 articles que totas las Wikipèdias deurián aver (data : 31/10/2022)

statut dans la liste rouge des espèces menacées en République tchèque :

  • espèce en danger de disparition

maintenu par le wikiprojet :

  • wikiprojet biologie de l'invasion

Annexe CITES :

  • Annèxe I de la CITES (país : Botan, Nepal, Paquistan, Índia ; ne comprend pas : Canis lupus dingo, Canis lupus familiaris)
  • Annèxe II de la CITES (ne comprend pas : Botan, Canis lupus dingo, Canis lupus familiaris, Nepal, Paquistan, Índia)

taille de la portée :

  • 6

categoria principala :

  • Catégorie:Canis lupus

URL Digital Atlas of Idaho :

cycle diurne :

  • cathéméral

aire de répartition :

  • Canadà (afirmacion detalhada dins : list of gray wolf populations by country)
  • Arabia Saudita
  • Afganistan
  • Polonha
  • Itàlia
  • Estats Units d'America
  • Grècia
  • Russia
  • Finlàndia
  • Paquistan
  • Cazacstan
  • Alemanha
  • Groenlàndia
  • Estònia
  • Letònia
  • Espanha
  • Iran
  • Païses Basses
  • Mongolia
  • Belgica
  • França
  • Bielorussia
  • Iemèn
  • Turquia

Identificant Wikidata :

Lo lop (Canis lupus) es un mamifèr carnivòr que sembla fòrça lo gos, amb d'aurelhas un pauc mai drechas, un morre pus ponchut, una maissa plan fòrta e d'ulhals mai longs.

Viu en Eurasia e en America del Nòrd (e tanben en Oceania se se considèra que lo dingo es un lop) e arriba a mai a las zònas articas e als espandis desertics.

La feme se ditz la lova e lo pichon lo lobet.

Los lops vivon en ardada que los caps son un coble de lops qu'es lo sol a aver lo dreit de se poder reproduir. Los lops son carnivòrs e caçan totjorns amassa. Amb lors dents es aisit d'esquissar la carn de las presas.

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Comparative image of a Mackenzie Valley wolf (C. lupus occidentalis), red wolf (C. lupus rufus) and western coyote (C. latrans incolatus) (Mariomassone)

Comparative image of gray wolf and coyote (Mariomassone)

Comparative image of grey wolf and golden jackal. (Mariomassone)

NZ grp26.17DSC_0819 (Jarble)

This is Duma, one of the UK Wolf Conservation Trust's wolves, while out on a Member's Walk (where we get to join her and the handlers while they take her out for a walk in the woods). (Jarble)

Wolves (Jarble)

wolves (Jarble)

The pack (Eyes Roger)

Canis lupus. 2021. El Paso, CO, US. Robert McCabe (1) (Jarble)

Canis lupus. 2021. El Paso, CO, US. Robert McCabe (4) (Jarble)

Lobo americano (Canis lupus) (Jarble)

International Wolf Center, Ely, Minnesota (Jarble)

Wolf Centre (Jarble)

Cottage 305-20110726 (Jarble)

Cottage 249-20110726 (Jarble)

Cottage 279-20110726 (Jarble)

Cottage 273-20110726 (Jarble)

Cottage 322-20110726 (Jarble)

Wolf Centre (Jarble)

Cottage 254-20110726 (Jarble)

Cottage 251-20110726 (Jarble)

Cottage 267-20110726 (Jarble)

NZ grp26.17DSC_0818 (Jarble)

NZ grp26.17DSC_0796 (Jarble)

NZ grp36.17DSC_0565 (Jarble)

Zoo Osnabrück / European wolves (Jarble)

A captive Gray Wolf at the Wildlife Science Center in Minnesota.

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Identifier: boycraftsmanprac01hall (find matches)
Title: The boy craftsman; practical ad profitable ideas for a boy's leisure hours
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Hall, A. Neely (Albert Neely), b. 1883
Subjects: Woodwork Toys Amusements
Publisher: Boston, Lee and Shepard
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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Text Appearing Before Image:
is commonly attached to what is knownas A Twitch-up, or a sapling bent down and held asshown in Fig. 224. One of a number of schemesemployed for holding the sapling in position is hereshown. Select a spot a few feet from a sapling, andthere make an enclosure about twelve inches in diame-ter. This should be made of twelve-inch sticks driveninto the ground in a circle, leaving an opening of aboutsix inches on one side. Drive a stake into the groundon both sides of the entrance, and cut a notch in theouter face of each about six inches above the ground(see Fig. 225). Find a twig somewhat similar to theone in Fig. 226, and, after slipping it into the notchesand baiting the prong, fasten the noose and saplingto it. With the trap thus set, a slight pull on the baitdislodges the crosspiece, and the sapling springs up,jerking the animal into the air, and causing its deathalmost instantly. Ranchers of the Western plains and mountains arecontinually experiencing severe losses from the attacks r
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HOME-MADE TRAPS 227 of wolves and coyotes upon their live-stock, and to ridthemselves from the nightly raids of these animals re-quires unceasing warfare against them with traps. Butthe wolf and coyote are very crafty fellows, and extremelykeen-scented, so that even professional trappers havetrouble in capturing them, often resorting to everyscheme they can devise without success. Steel trapsare generally employed by the professional, as they areless cumbersome and quicker to set than the home-madeaffairs. The traps are handled with gloves, as the touchof the bare hands would be instantly detected by thewary animals, and, after being placed in a circle aroundthe bait, are covered over with leaves and brush. Inorder not to leave human footprints behind him, thetrapper often sets them while mounted upon horseback. Not long ago, a trapper was hired by a rancher inNew Mexico to capture some Loboe wolves which hadbeen making serious raids upon the cattle, and one ofhis experiences while wo

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Wolf (Ilaria Parma (TCI))

This pup was noteworthy as the Pinnacle Peak pack has not previously had any black wolves in the group.

Credit: Eric Cole / USFWS

Wolf im Tier-Freigelände des Nationalparkzentrums Falkenstein im Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald (Mölchlein)

The Gray Wolf, being a keystone predator, is an integral component of the ecosystems to which it typically belongs. The wide range of habitats in which wolves can thrive reflects their adaptability as a species, and includes temperate forests, mountains, tundra, taiga, and grasslands. Photo credit: John and Karen Hollingsworth/USFWS (Natuur12)

Eurasischer Wolf (Canis lupus) (C. Brück)

"Fig. 8 — Hip joint: A, E, Amphicyon major Blainville, 1841 MNHN Sa844; B, F, Ursus arctos Linnaeus, 1758 MNHN 1974-25; C, G, Panthera leo Linnaeus, 1758 MNHN 1954-2; D, H, Canis lupus Linnaeus, 1758 MNHN 2005-279; A–D, innominate in lateral view; E–H, proximal part of the right femur in anterior and posterior views. Not to scale." (PrimalMustelid)

Les loups et les renards sont des canidés carnivores.

Le loup (Lipoïdes) est un animal social qui vit en meute, sa domestication il y a 15 000 ans a donné le chien.

Le renard (Vulpoïdes) est un animal fréquemment solitaire.

Lobos (Idelmight)

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