Question: English & Literature

What does Farley learn about the mating habits of wolves? How do they differ from that of dogs or other species like foxes?

-14x^2(3x^10y^3) 

=-14*3x2+10 y

=-42x^12y^3

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Asked from the Never Cry Wolf (book) study pack
Answers
Wolves mate once a year, whereas other species mate more than once. Also, once a wolf mates, they are faithful to that partner for the rest of their life.
bookragstutor | 146 days ago