RANGE OF THE GRAY WOLF BEFORE 1850
the entire North American continent. They adapted to life in the
coldest tundra to the hottest deserts. Why, wolves would live
anywhere they could find a good meal!"
"The wolf was
important to Native Americans. Pawnee Indians used the same sign
language to identify their tribe and the wolf. Cherokee Indians
believed singing and imitating a wolf walking would protect their
feet from frostbite. Indians admired wolves for their intelligence,
social structure and hunting skills. However, things were about
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paw to find out how the wolf became endangered.