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Timber Wolf

Canon

is a registered trademark of Canon Inc.

C a n o n In c.

N .Fu j i o

Timber Wolf (Gray Wolf)
Classification

Mammal, Carnivore, Canidae

Height

approximately 80 to 160 cm / 24 to 63 in

Weight

approximately 18 to 80 kg / 36 to 160 lb

Coloring Mainly grey, but rich in variation, ranging through
black, brown, red and white.
Habitat

North American continent, Eurasian continent

The Timber Wolf (also: Grey Wolf) most closely fits the common image of a
wolf. The wolf's size and coloring may vary according to its habitat.
Once found in many regions throughout the world, hunting, etc., has
caused wolf numbers to dwindle and wolves have disappeared completely
from many areas of the world.
Timber wolves hunt small animals, such as hares and mice, etc., and also
deer, etc. They will also eat plants such as berries, etc. They range widely, traveling at around 8km (4.8 miles) per hour as they hunt for food. In a
single day, they may travel great distances, sometimes 100km (sixty miles)

or more. They hunt in packs, some of which can be very large, and use
cries, scent and other gestures to communicate with each other. The wolf's
howling is believed to be a means of locating other wolves and of announcing the wolf's own location. The wolf is said to be the ancestor of
man's best friend, the dog.

Assembly Instructions
You will need:

Firmly fold along the fold line before pasting.

scissors, paste, a used ballpoint pen (tracing along the fold
lines makes them easier to fold), needle-nosed pliers (useful
for picking up small parts)
Caution Glue, scissors and other tools may be dangerous to young children so be sure to keep them out of
the reach of young children.

Mountain fold (dotted line)

Scissors line (solid line)

Make a mountain fold.

Cut along the line.

Valley fold (dashed and dotted line)

Cut in line (solid line)

Make a valley fold.

Make a cut.

Glue spot (Green dot)

Glue spot (red dot)

Glue spot (double red circle)

Glue within the same part.

Attach this part.

Attach to the glue spot of the other part.

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Timber Wolf : Pattern

Canon

is a registered trademark of Canon Inc.

C a n o n In c .

N .Fu j i o

NECK L

NECK R

FRONT LEG R

FRONT LEG L

HEAD

FRONT LEG R

FRONT LEG L

BODY

Canon

is a re

gistered

tradem

ark of

Canon

Inc.

Canon

is a re

gistered

tradem

ark of

Canon

Inc.

TAIL L

TAIL R

HIND LEGS

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Timber Wolf : Pattern

Canon

is a registered trademark of Canon Inc.

C a n o n In c .

N .Fu j i o

NECK L

NECK R

FRONT LEG R

FRONT LEG L

HEAD

FRONT LEG R

FRONT LEG L

BODY

Canon

is a re

gistered

tradem

ark of

Canon

Inc.

Canon

is a re

gistered

tradem

ark of

Canon

Inc.

TAIL L

TAIL R

HIND LEGS

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Timber Wolf : Assembly instructions
1

Canon

is a registered trademark of Canon Inc.

C a n o n In c .

N .Fu j i o

Stick on the body, front legs and hind legs.

Line up the glue spots and stick them together.

*When sticking the back together, slide this part into the back.
*After sticking on the legs,
stick on the belly.

BODY

FRONT LEG R

FRONT LEG L

HIND LEGS

2

Stick on the head, neck and tail. Completed

HEAD

*Fold carefully to get the correct expression in the eyes.

TAIL R

TAIL L

NECK R

NECK L

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