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The sun has hidden itself behind dark grey clouds. It looks like a storm is brewing towards us! Females are entering heat and males are getting more aggressive with the strong urge to mate.
Tribe & Pride statics

Crater Lake Pride

Kings: Nuka

Monarchs: Nim♀

Total Females: 5

Total Males: 3

Pregnant Lioness's: 0


Silver Gully Pride

Kings: Karanlik

Monarchs: Sky♀ & Malum

Total Females: 5

Total Males: 2

Pregnant Lioness's: 0


Adkins Tribe

Alphas: Katurah♀

Betas: Zuri ♂ and Moonlight♀

Total Females: 4

Total Males: 4

Pregnant wolves: 0


Essence Tribe

Alphas: Siphon 

Betas: Kevin ♂

Total Females: 4

Total Males: 4

Pregnant wolves: 0


Loners/Roughs

Total Females: 2

Total Males: 0

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PostSubject: Prey & Dangers Around Us W.I.P   Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:03 pm

First off we are located in Africa! Remember wolves there are no elk in Africa. xD So here is something to look out for in Africa. c:

Dangers

The most dangerous of all...

Elephants, Giraffes, and Hippos.

Elephants



  1. Scientific nameElephantidae
  2. Lifespan60 – 70 y (African elephant)
  3. RankSubfamily
  4. Lower classificationsElephasAfrican elephant
  5. Gestation period547.9 – 669.6 d (Asian elephant), 669.6 d (African bush elephant)
  6. Mass5,500 kg on average (African bush elephant, Adult, Male), More
  7. Height300 cm (African elephant, Newborn), More


There are two species of Elephants the African &  the Asian elephant.

The African Elephant has large ears that look like Africa, larger tusks then the Asian elephant, and has 4 toes (if I remember correctly xD)


  1. African elephants are elephants of the genus Loxodonta. The genus consists of two extant species: the African bush elephant and the smaller African forest elephant. Loxodonta is one of two existing genera of the family, Elephantidae. Wikipedia
  2. Scientific nameLoxodonta
  3. Lifespan60 – 70 y
  4. Higher classificationElephant
  5. Gestation period669.6 d (African bush elephant)
  6. Mass5,500 kg on average (African bush elephant, Adult, Male), More
  7. Lower classificationsLoxodonta exoptataLoxodonta adaurora, More
  8. Height300 cm (Newborn), 250 – 400 cm (Adult), More


The Asian Elephant is smaller then the african elephant, have 5 toes, and their ears are shaped like asia.




  1. The Asian or Asiatic elephant is the only living species of the genus Elephas and is distributed in Southeast Asia from India in the west to Borneo in the east. Wikipedia
  2. Scientific nameElephas maximus
  3. Gestation period547.9 – 669.6 d
  4. RankSpecies
  5. Tail length120 – 150 cm (Adult)
  6. Mass100 kg (Newborn), 2,700 kg on average (Adult, Female)
  7. Lower classificationsSumatran elephantSri Lankan elephantBorneo elephantIndian elephant
  8. Height224 cm on average (Adult, At Shoulder, Female), 320 cm (Male, At Shoulder, Adult)


Reasons why they are dangerous;

  1. They are very large and can easily flatten a full grown alligator.
  2. One stump can break bones and crush organs.
  3. Bulls(males) are very territorial and will charge any lion.
  4. Cows(females) are very protective of their herds and young.
  5. Their hide(skin) is very tough to break.


Do we hunt them?
Wolves should stay away from these creatures they stand little to no chance at taking down a full grown bull or cow. A baby can be killed by both wolves and lions.

Lions have a chance if the elephant is wounded or alone at night. Elephants have poor eye sight in the night so taking one down is easier if its alone and at night.

Videos
Disturbing to some views warning some videos contain actual kills.


Baby elephant.


 














Giraffes 



  1. The giraffe is an African even-toed ungulate mammal, the tallest living terrestrial animal and the largest ruminant. Its species name refers to its camel-like appearance and the patches of color on its fur. Wikipedia
  2. Scientific nameGiraffa camelopardalis
  3. Daily sleep4.6 h (In captivity)
  4. Gestation period400 – 460 d
  5. Speed50 km/h (Endurance Running)
  6. Tail length100 cm (Adult)
  7. Height180 cm (Newborn), 500 – 600 cm (Adult)
  8. Mass1,600 kg on average (Male), 830 kg on average (Female)
  9. There are a few species of Giraffes feel free to look them up!

Reasons why they are dangerous;


  1. Just look at them they are strong, fast, and smart!
  2. Giraffes are quick and can easily out run a lion.
  3. They can break the back of a lion if kicked.
  4. If kicked or stomped they will break your bones and crush/damage your organs.
  5. If kicked from behind in the head, that lion is dead no doubt about it. Although in rare cases one might live but prove useless to the pride.
  6. One kick will sling shot a lion high into the air and may kill that lion from the impact or the ground impact.


Do we hunt them?
Wolves have no chance at successfully hunting one of these beasts. A baby perhaps but so can a lion.

Lions its to risky to hunt these things, however you can give it a chance.

Videos
Disturbing to some views warning some videos contain actual kills.






















Hippopotamus





  1. The hippopotamus, or hippo, is a large, mostly herbivorous mammal in sub-Saharan Africa, and one of only two extant species in the family Hippopotamidae. The name comes from the ancient Greek for "river horse". Wikipedia
  2. Scientific nameHippopotamus amphibius
  3. Speed30 km/h (On Land, Running)
  4. Lifespan40 – 50 y
  5. Height150 cm on average (Adult, At Shoulder)
  6. Gestation period243.5 d
  7. Mass25 – 50 kg (Newborn), 1,300 – 1,500 kg (Female, Adult), 1,500 – 1,800 kg (Male, Adult)
  8. Length330 – 520 cm (Adult), 127 cm on average (Newborn)

Hippos are rarely seen outside of the water if they are too far they can be killed by predators. Hippos will and can snap a alligator in half.


Reasons why they are dangerous;


  1. Hippos will and can snap a alligator in half.

  2. They are territorial and charge everything that gets to close.
  3. Their large teeth can seriously injure a lion.



Do we hunt them?

Wolves once again should stay away unless they see a isolated calf or adult.

Lions can kill a hippo quiet easily if it strays to far from it's watering hole.

Videos
Disturbing to some views warning some videos contain actual kills.





































The second most dangerous.
Alligator, Crocodile, & Water Buffalo.

Alligator



  1. An alligator is a crocodilian in the genus Alligator of the family Alligatoridae. The two living species are the American alligator and the Chinese alligator. In addition, several extinct species of alligator are known from fossil remains. Wikipedia
  2. Scientific nameAlligator
  3. Lifespan30 – 50 y (American alligator, Adult)
  4. RankGenus
  5. Higher classificationAlligatoridae
  6. Lower classificationsAmerican alligatorChinese alligator
  7. Mass91 kg on average (American alligator, Female, Adult), More
  8. Length150 cm (Chinese alligator, Adult), More

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