Fun Wolf Facts


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1. The most commonly asked question at Hanna-Barbera’s head office is: ‘What did Barney Rubble do for a living?’ The first-ever comic strip was published at the suggestion of Wolfgang von Goethe.
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2. A baby wolf is called a whelp.
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3. The red wolf was extinct in the wild in 1980. They've been reintroduced to North Carolina, and there are now about 100 of them.
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4. Telling a child the fable of "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" does not increase their likelihood of honesty, according to a study.

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5. Leonardo DiCaprio made $25M and Jonah Hill made $60k for Wolf of Wall Street.
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6. The world record for the most marriages belongs to a man named Glynn Wolfe – He was married 29 times.
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7. After the 4th time the professor explained a problem a girl packed up, said "stripping is easier" & walked out.- Miami Dade Wolfson

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