Where Do Wolverines Live?

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Wolverines generally live in the boreal forest. they also live in subarctic areas ans the northern hemisphere.
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Wolverines live in forests, tundra, grasslands and shrub zones in North America, Europe and Asia.
The wolverine lives primarily in remote ares of the Northern Boreal Forests, and Alpine Tundra of the Northern Hemisphere. The greatest numbers are in Alaska, Canada, The Nordic countries of Europe and throughout western Russia and Siberia.
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