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Wolves by Seymour Simon: Book Review

Author Seymour Simon and the Smithsonian museum have teamed up to bring all you science and nature-loving kids out there an amazing new full-color non-fiction book called Wolves. Back to Article

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Are White Wolves Real? Vote!

  • No, they don't really exist.
  • Occasionally a freak white wolf is born.
  • Yes, they live in northern Canada and Greenland.
  • Yes, but only in northern Russia.

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