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Spanish word for dog

Dogs, a dog, or dogs can also be called

Canis lupus

Canis lupus familiaris, the domesticated dog (in English), olla pardina, or

the cudgel or stick, zarapin, the wolf, or

Lupo, or Wolf.

The Spanish dog or dogo is the Latinised version of the word from the Old

Latin. The Latin form is Canis familiaris and the Old High German

Wolf, which is

derived from wolf. The term dog, meaning a person who behaves with a rude or

careless manner, comes from the

Latin diminutive version of dogus,

derived from canis.

Canis lupus

The term

Canis lupus is Latin for "wolf." This term is derived from the wolf,

which first appears in the written record in the 6th century BCE in Greek as

"ouolos." Wolves, though, first appear in the written record around

the 8th century BCE in Egypt.

Wolf and dog first appear in European literature together in 17th century

Spain. Wolf is sometimes referred to as the dog. The wolf in Europe is now

rarely found outside of urban areas. Many areas across Europe have lost all

evidence of wolves.

Wolf

The wolf (Lupus sp.) is a very social species. They form a strong group, with

a strong hierarchy, even among unrelated individuals. They hunt and scavenge

together in large packs. They can be quite social, depending on age, sex,

and location. They are territorial animals. Wolf packs are nomadic. During

the breeding season, females produce a single litter every year, usually of 2-3

pups, except when food is scarce, when they may bear as many as four. They

litter usually only one or two litters a year. Young often stay with their

mothers for several months after their birth. Male pups play a dominant role,

and usually end up as the leader of the pack. When hunting, the female hunts

and kills the prey. The other members of the pack take the food and run off

with it to eat it in the open. The alpha male usually hunts during the

early morning, in the absence of a female. He must constantly watch out for

the other pack members and keep the hunting packs from stealing his food.

The wolf is usually solitary, but will travel with one or more companions.

However, wolves are never alone. They will either make hunting trips with the

group, where several wolves go together and stay close to one another, or they

will stay at a distance. If they travel with a companion, the other companion

plays the role of the alpha wolf. One wolf may hunt, while the other keeps an

eye on the victim to watch for danger. If a wolf is hunting alone, they

usually use their sense of smell to locate the prey. Some animals such as

bears and deer are much more intelligent than any of the other animals. They

may have an ability to smell when an animal is close by. This can help them

find their way home after being lost. The wolf is the most feared and hunted

animal in the world.

The Wolf is an intelligent and cunning predator. When hunting, the pack will

move about to cover most of the area it can, so that the prey is more likely

to move into their area. The pack will circle the animal, and slowly encircle

it, with the alpha female leading the way. They will use their ears, sense of

smell and their ability to see in the dark to determine how best to go about

the hunt. The pack will use their teamwork to corner their prey, and the alpha

wolf is the one that directs their other wolves to encircle the prey.

The hunting is coordinated with the howling of the pack. If the prey moves,

the pack will circle in for the attack. The pack’s purpose is to bring the

prey down and hold it until the alpha female has finished her kill. The wolf

eats the food first, and then gives it to the other members of the pack. Once

the members have eaten, they give the leftovers to the younger wolves in the

pack. If the pack is hunting together, they will use teamwork to get the

prey down.

The wolf plays a vital role in the natural ecosystem. It is a key predator in

the ecosystem, and the most feared and hunted animal in the world. In many

countries, wolves have been hunted to the point that they are near extinction.

If the wolves die out, there would be very little competition for prey, and the

food chain would collapse. The wolf could no longer survive because of the

lack of food.

For years the government of the U.S. and many European countries have

worked to increase the population of wolves. Wolves are usually exterminated in

the name of the economy, and the food chain collapses. But, what is good for

the country in the short term is not good for the entire country.

The wolf is a keystone species. What this means is that it plays an important

role in the ecosystem, but not all species. Without the wolf, the entire food

chain would collapse and the whole ecosystem would be destroyed.

You have probably heard of the wolf being depicted as a lone wolf or as a wolf

pack.

The truth is that every wolf has their own team. They have their own pack, and

it is usually composed of about 15 to 20 wolves. A wolf pack looks like a big

teaming of individuals that work together.

Some people say that the pack does not matter because it is the individual

wolves that count. If you do not care about the pack, it is only a matter of

being part of a wolf team. But, you might ask yourself, what is so great about

a wolf team? Is not the individuality of every member a huge asset, a

protection against the chaos and devastation of the global community.

Wolves are highly intelligent. They show intelligence in many ways. It is

important to remember that wolves do not have to be “smart” to survive. They

survive by making intelligent decisions. Like any species, survival depends

not on intelligence, but on how the species use that intelligence.

The intelligence of the wolf is so great, that they are able to take in the

information they need and figure it out. For example, a wolf that can only

speak with a low intensity has to be extremely close to a person



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