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www.reference.com/article/scientific-name-red-wolf-be613f804716b4

The scientific name for the red wolf is Canis rufus. This wolf species was identified and classified in 1851, and it only exists in North Carolina and Canada.

www.reference.com/article/adaptations-red-wolf-d1a4309586dd6f95

Adaptations of the red wolf include mechanisms to stay cool in warm climates, as well as the ability to survive heartworm disease, according to the Florida State University Habitat Tracker. Red Wolves are an endangered species that is native to the southeastern United S...

www.reference.com/science/meaning-red-moon-90de3c77c63c8d1b

While the moon usually appears to have a golden, white, or gray hue, certain astrological conditions can change the moon's color to a rusty red or orange color. The explanation for this phenomenon has to do with the way that the moon reflects and refracts the light from...

www.reference.com/article/food-chain-red-wolf-51b36ee084f8a1e8

Red wolves are predatory canines that primarily hunt deer, rodents and rabbits. However, the wolves are extremely opportunistic, and they will eat whatever prey they can find, including raccoons, pigs, nutria and muskrats. Red wolves have few predators as adults, and th...

www.reference.com/article/eats-wolf-452bbef0d6fa6b66

The wolf is at the top of its food chain and is not hunted by any other animals, although the wolf itself is a carnivore and does hunt other animals. Humans will occasionally hunt wolves, however, most wolves die due to starvation, being hit by a car or from diseases, s...

www.reference.com/science/causes-red-moon-7f388b250a54d961

A red moon occurs when the Earth eclipses the moon from sunlight. The moon looks red due to dispersed light from Earth's sunrises and sunsets that is refracted back onto the moon's surface.

www.reference.com/article/red-wolf-protect-itself-615d425a0cc01811

While red wolves have few natural predators, they have evolved a number of adaptations that allow them to defend themselves from people, bears and other wolves. Their primary defensive mechanisms include their pack-forming behavior, strong sense of smell, and impressive...