Where Do Wolf Spiders Live?

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Wolf Spiders are found throughout Australia. They are robust, agile hunters that live on the ground in leaf litter or burrows.
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Wolves are carnivorous mammals in the genus Canis, which also includes coyotes, jackals, and domesticated dogs. There are 3 living species referred to as wolves, the most common being Canis lupus, the gray wolf.
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Wolf spiders will practically live anywhere. They can be found on wetlands, coastal areas, and gardens. They are rather venomous so don't instigate one. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf_spider
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Wolf Spiders live in a variety of places that consist of both coastal and inland. Which include wet coastal forests, suburban gardens, and even woodlands. Some build burrows that
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Wolf spiders can be found in a wide range of habitats both coastal and inland. These include shrublands, woodland, wet coastal forest, alpine meadows, and suburban gardens. Spiderlings
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