Wolverines have a diverse diet that includes small mammals in the summer months and large or decaying animals in the winter months. Wolverines live in highly rugged mountain regions and traverse these environments in sea... More »

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Wolverine is 5 feet and 3 inches tall. He weighs 195 pounds without the Adamantium skeleton and 300 lbs. with the Adamantium skeleton. His real name is James Howlett. More »

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Wolverines require large geographic areas to roam for food, and as such, often inhabit remote boreal forests, taiga and tundra in Northern Europe, Asia and North America. Wolverines may roam up to 15 miles a day looking ... More »

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Skunks eat a widely varied diet that usually consists of an equal amount of animal and plant matter during autumn and winter. During spring and summer, skunks tend to eat less plants and more insects, especially grasshop... More »

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Buffalo, sometimes called bison, migrate to warmer climates to find food during the winter months. They migrate back to their original foraging areas in the spring. Buffalo typically migrate from 200 to 400 miles during ... More »

Many types of animals are omnivorous, including birds, mammals and primates. Omnivores subsist on a variety of food sources, including both plant and animal-based items. More »

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According to Princeton University, four-footed animals, also referred to as quadrupeds, are usually either mammals or reptiles. Cats are examples of four-footed mammals, and lizards are one type of reptile that have four... More »

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