Wolf area rugs look great in log cabins or timber homes. Decorating with wolves and wolf puppies brings the wild outdoors inside and helps to develop your rustic decorating theme.
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Wolf Area Rugs for Cabins
Timber wolves, gray wolves and wolf puppies always look great in a rustic cabin or lodge.
However, sometimes it’s hard to get all your wolf wall decor, figurines, furniture, bedding and lamps to work as a unit. A wolf rug can pull it all together for you.
And there are so many attractive wolf area rugs that you are sure to find one that you will like.
Keep in mind that you want to get an accent rug that has colors similar to your other pieces, as well as a complementary theme and style.
Facts About Wolves
The gray wolf is the most common wolf, and it is known by a number of other names: common wolf, timber wolf, tundra wolf, Mexican wolf and plains wolf.
Despite its name, the gray wolf can actually be anywhere from black and green to almost white. The grow to be 4 to 6.5′ long, and they can weigh up to 175 pounds.
Gray wolves tend to live in remote wilderness areas.
Wolf Family Life
Wolves are social animals and they live in packs. A pack consists of a dominant male, a female and their young who are called pups, when they are little. A pack often has 10 to 30 members.
The leader of the pack is an alpha male. His role is to guard the pack, and a leader may kill other wolves who intrude on his pack’s territory.
Wolves hunt in packs. They often will target the weakest or sickest animal they find, circle it and then go in for the kill.
Wolves are nocturnal animals. They hunt at night and sleep in the daytime. Each wolf can eat up to 20 pounds of meat at a single meal.
Wolves don’t stay in the same place very long, and they can travel 12 miles each day.
Howling is a form of communication, and wolves tend to howl mostly to other wolves in their pack.
Wolves are similar to dogs, in that they love to play, they chew on bones and they will growl or snarl at another animal that appears to be a threat.