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The wolverine is extremely short, stocky, and muscular, making it a worthy adversary for even the toughest predators in the far northern regions.  It has an extremely thick coat, which helps protect the animal from the extreme temperatures and frosts common in the terrain in which it inhabits.  Due to how well insulated this mammal is, the fur is often utilized by locals to line jackets and boots.
Adult males can weigh up to seventy pounds and can be extremely aggressive.  The wolverine possesses both claws and teeth that are extremely sharp and can make very rapid and quick swipes at game and those it considers to be a threat, make sure to keep your distance when hunting wolverine.

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Big Game:       Bear | Bison | Caribou | Deer | Elk | Exotics | Goats | Hog | Ibex | Moose | Muskox | Oryx | Pronghorn Antelope | Sheep 

Predators:       Alligator | Bobcat | Coyote | Mountain Lion | Wolf | Wolverine

Game Birds:    ChukarDove | Duck | Francolin | Goose | Grouse | Partridge | Pheasant | Quail | Snowcock | Turkey | Waterfowl | Woodcock

Small Game:    Prairie Dogs | Rabbit


Hunting Trips:  Outfitters | Guides

 

Also known as the skunk bear, glutton, carcajou, or quickhatch, the wolverine is the largest member of the weasel family.  Although it is part of the weasel family, many people believe that it actually acts much more like a very small bear.  The wolverine is an skilled hunter, who will capitalize upon easy opportunities for food when available.  Hated by trappers, the wolverine will often steal game that has been successfully captured in a trap.  Additionally, the wolverine will track and kill other live mammals, and it is not uncommon to see wolverines attacking very young animals that have been recently birthed.  In addition to meat, the wolverine will also feed upon vegetation, berries, and human trash.

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