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Hey people! I have another good idea for a Webkinz Pet. I would love it if you all support the-
Signature Mackenzie Valley Wolf!
PSI: Yellowstone Caverns-
It will be a bed that looks like a cave and has a waterfall behind it. The bed will also be surrounded by yellow stones.
PSF: Frozen Elk Stew-
It will be a bowl carved out of stone and it will have ice over it and a bone sticking out of it.
Here's some facts about the Mackenzie Valley Wolf, courtesy of Wikipedia:
The Mackenzie Valley Wolf (Canis lupus occidentalis) also known as the Canadian Timber Wolf is perhaps the largest subspecies of Gray Wolf in North America. Its range includes parts of the western United States, much of western Canada, and Alaska, including Unimak Island in the Aleutians, and was introduced into Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho.
Mackenzie Valley Wolves typically stand about 32–36 inches (81–95 cm) at the shoulder and males weigh between 100 and 145 pounds (45–65 kg). The weight record is held by a wild specimen caught in Alaska in 1939 which weighed 175 pounds.
The Mackenzie Valley Wolf has a specialized body that has made it one of the world's most efficient hunters. Its thick, long limbs are proportionally built for traversing through rough terrain such as deep snow or the cliffy edges of the Rocky Mountains. Its deep chest hosts large lungs, letting the wolf breathe more efficiently at higher altitudes, and allowing it to exert huge amounts of stamina traveling up to 115 km (~70 miles) in one day. Its powerful neck is a very important adaptation: it has to be strong to support the wolf's large head and is crucial for bringing down prey. The Mackenzie Valley Wolf maximizes heat retention through such methods as using its bushy tail to cover its exposed nose during the winter. It sheds its undercoat during the summer months due to the hotter conditions.
The skull is 31 cm (12 inches) long and is armed with an impressive array of large canines and carnassial teeth which, when coupled with huge jaw muscles that are evident from the large sagittal crest and wide zygomatic arches, give it an incredible biteforce that is strong enough to break the bones of prey and even crack the femur of moose.
Sounds epic, right? If you can make a picture of the Mackenzie Valley Wolf, please PM/VM me the photo.
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