This name generator produces 15 random names that match wolves and related species, such as coyotes, jackals and even dogs. The difference between this generator and the dog & canine generator is, that all the names in this generator sound fierce and strong, while the names in the dog & canine generator are usually friendlier and sweet. There are a number of names available, although some others (links at the bottom) are still checked for inspiration
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The wolf, sometimes called the gray wolf or coywolf, is an extremely large, semi-aquatic, mammal native to North America and Eurasia. There are thirty-four subspecies of the wolf and more than twenty-one subspecies that occur in subpopulations throughout the world. Wolves are carnivores that can be found primarily in forested areas; they are also abundant in the open grasslands and swamps of Alaska and Canada. Wolves can live in areas that are still occupied by wild deer, elk, moose and bear, but they are not omnivores and should not be hunted unless absolutely necessary. They feed mostly on small game and plant matter, including deer, elk, birds, rodents and even other mammals such as foxes, raccoons and rabbits. Wolves are solitary, but many species exist in packs that inhabit dens with a territory.
The gray wolf, more commonly referred to as the brown wolf or American gray wolf, is an albino mammal with reddish-brown coloration on its body. There are more than twenty-nine subspecies, but wolves have only one recognized subspecies; the northern Yellowstone wolf and its subspecies in the northern and southern portions of its range. These wolves are now protected under the Endangered Species Act, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have authorized the U.S. government to harvest wolf pelts in order to control over-population. While it has been determined that wolves can be tamed, this is more difficult than it would be if a wolf were domesticated. Because wolves are pack animals and will defend their packs against threats, they are more aggressive than other carnivores, though they are rarely dangerous. Wolves, however, can inflict injuries on people, both because of their size and because of their predatory habits. If you encounter a wolf that is threatening and you are unable to get your hands on the animal, call the authorities immediately.
The wolf is a fascinating animal and is often misunderstood. It is a member of the dog family but is not closely related to the domestic dog. It shares many of the same characteristics, including being a scavenger, but does not have the same hunting abilities. A wolf's teeth are large and strong, but not powerful enough to be used for cutting through flesh, although it may rip bones to bits. In fact, a wolf can tear into the flesh of an elk, bear, but not to the point where the bear dies.