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 for food. Wolverines are omnivores and consume pla...
Natural predators of the wolverine include the mountain lion, wolf and bear. Humans are also a natural predator of the wolverine as large game hunters enjoy hunting the wolverine for sport.
Wolverines are powerful hunters and scavengers, feeding mainly on small- and medium-sized mammals. Staples in their diet include beavers, rodents, rabbits, small bears and sheep. They also feed on the dead bodies of large mammals like elk and caribou.
A baby wolverine can be called either a cub or kit. They are born fully furred with white fur in litters of an average of two or three kits per pregnancy.
A baby wolverine is called a "kit," the same name given to baby foxes. Two or three kits are usually born at a time, and these groups are called a "litter."
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.
Wolverine's enemies include villians such as Sabretooth, Magneto, Lady Deathstrike and Mystique. Although Wolverine has several adversaries in comics, movies and cartoons, his longest rivalry is with Sabretooth. The pair have engaged in many brutal fights.