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March 4th and day four of my COTM run. I am really getting close to vote #1,000. I can hardly believe it. And, apparently, once you get there it is easy to get beyond that. Thank you for everyone from the other channels coming over and voting. I know Sparkle* left blogs so THANK YOU!
Facts aren't too interesting today. Sorry! But it is better than no facts like yesterday!
~"INTERESTI- NG" FACTS OF THE DAY~
WOLVES - The average grey wolf is 36-inches (3-feet) at the shoulder.
-Yellowstone is one of the most populated areas in the U.S. as far as wolves go. Minnesota also holds a large percentage.
-Wolves are very protective of their catches. If they are eating food and she spot a hungry coyote or fox, they often times maul them.
-When wolves kill buffalo, it may last anywhere from three days to over a week. It all depends on the size of the pack.
GENERAL - If you want to see some beautiful sites while in Yellowstone (which can be accomplished almost anywhere in the park!) one of the most breathtaking places - and also the area with the most chances of seeing various animals - is the Lamar Valley.
-If you are in Yellowstone, you may see an average of 1,000 animals a day. Mommy saw an average of 1,900 buffalo a day. She kept tallies!
-No stay in Yellowstone National Park is complete without a visit to Old Faithful Inn! It took about five years to build this masterpiece. They accomplished the most and worked the hardest during the winter of 1904-5. The architect was David Reamer.
Sorry for the dull facts. If you have any facts, please share them and I will happily post them on my upcoming blogs.
Bunny Hops and Whisker Rubs,
"I'm Tobi the Bunny and I approve this Message!" -Tobi the Bunny
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