Embroidery Embroidered Grey Wolves Wildlife Design in Picture Frame

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Embroidered wild animal framed Wolves. A perfect gift that almost looks alive and is placed in a 8x10 MDF wood Gray colored frame. The embroidered wolves design has over 36,000 embroidered stitches in 8 different thread colors and will bring back the great memories of your families trip to the zoo. Dimensions of frame 9.4" x 11.2" x 1.2" This item is brand new and was just embroiderd. Frame has the ability to sit on a desk or hang from a wall.The gray wolf or grey wolf, also known as the timber wolf or western wolf, is a caned native to the wilderness and remote areas of North America, Europe, Eurasia, Asia and North Africa. They tend to live in the remote wilderness, though red wolves prefer to live in swamps, coastal prairies and forests. The gray wolf is one of the world's best known and well researched animals, with probably more books written about it than any other wildlife species. Wolves hunt and travel in packs. Wolves are nocturnal and will hunt for food at night and sleep during the day. Gray wolves usually eat large prey such as moose, goats, sheep and deer. Red wolves eat smaller prey such as rodents, insects and rabbits. There are many names for gray wolves. Besides timber wolf, they are also called common wolf, tundra wolf, Mexican wolf and plains wolf. Wolves are very similar to dogs in behavior. They love to play, chew on bones but will growl or snarl when threatened. A hungry wolf can eat 20 pounds of meat in a single meal, which is akin to a human eating one hundred hamburgers. Wolves can swim distances of up to 8 miles aided by small webs between their toes. The smallest wolves live in the Middle East, where they may weigh only 30 pounds. The largest wolves inhabit Canada, Alaska, and the Soviet Union, where they can reach 175 pounds. Currently, there are about 50,000 wolves in Canada; 6,500 in Alaska; and 3,500 in the Lower 48 States. In Europe, Italy has fewer than 300; Spain around 2,000; and Norway and Sweden combined have fewer than 80. There are about 700 wolves in Poland and 70,000 in Russia. When Yellowstone National Park was created in 1872, gray wolf populations were already in decline in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. Government predator control programs in the first decades of the 1900s essentially helped eliminate the gray wolf from Yellowstone and the last wolves were killed in Yellowstone in 1926. Starting in the 1940s, park managers, biologists, conservationists and environmentalists began what would ultimately turn into a campaign to reintroduce the gray wolf back into Yellowstone National Park. In 1995, gray wolves were first reintroduced into Yellowstone in the Lamar Valley. As of 2015 there is a recorded head count of 99 wolves in Yellowstone Park running in 10 packs. Wolves are friends to Mowgli in the movie Jungle Book. Akela an Indian wolf is the leader of the wolf pack. Raksha a mother wolf is Mowgli's adoptive mother and Mowgli's adoptive father wolf is named "Rama", meaning "pleasant" and "supreme".


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