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Race onlooker Sue Ward has been involved in mushing for years and was in town from Seward to watch the Iditarod start, wearing a kuspuk with wolverine fur.
Like the other members of their Mustelidae family that includes mink, wolverines and badgers, otters are stunningly efficient predators.
Apparently, the flight to Davos was a real delight, like being trapped in a steel tube with two wolverines and a hand grenade.
The remaining mystery is that nobody knows how the wolverine reached California.
Alaskans were proud of his wolverine ferocity in the Senate.
The valley is home to mountain goats, minks, wolverines, wolves and other animals, including over 100 bird species.
The name of the sender was blacked out, but the content of the email took the committee’s entire threadbare claim to any legitimacy at all and fed bloody gobbets of that claim to the wolverines.
Also, other Denali predators, such as lynx and wolverine, which are also transitory, may rarely be seen, but the possibility of seeing them in the park is a high-value visitor attraction.
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Origin and Etymology of wolverine
First Known Use: 1574See Words from the same year
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: a strong animal with brown fur that lives in North America
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