|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [French]|
|I took approximately hundred of photos, because It moved a lot.|
I believe that the best period to catch the Wolverine it spring or autumn.
If you go to Saguenay Lac St Jean, I advise you strongly to visit this Zoo.
Diet: Carnivorous , feeding mostly on carrion but also take small or weak animals.
Reproduction: Sexually mature at 1 year. Mating occurs between May and July. The 2-3 young are born between January and April after a delayed implantation (7 months) followed by an active gestation period of 30-40 days, and are weaned after 7-10 weeks.
Longevity: Up to 10 years in the wild and 17 years in captivity.
Predators: No real natural predator, however, they are occasionally taken by gray wolves, pumas and bears.
Status: In Canada, the eastern population is endangered and the western population is of special concern.
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- [2006-05-20 1:35]
Martin, a seldom seen creature ..
I had never come across this animal before. Thanks for good image and info!