Design

Wolverine

The wolverine is specifically designed for cold, snowy habitats. The wolverine is also designed with great strength, sharp claws, and fearlessness. If this animal were large, like a bear, it would be the strongest animal on earth. The wolverine’s aggression to other animals developed after the Fall; it was not part of its original nature.

Features

  • With its long, dense, black fur and white stripes, the wolverine is sometimes referred to as the skunk bear, even though it is not a bear or a skunk.
  • Females are smaller and lighter than males.

Fun Facts

  • Larger animals, like the cougar, will back down from fighting a wolverine.
  • No animal hunts the wolverine. Humans are its only enemy.
  • The wolverine is usually terrestrial, but it can climb trees with considerable speed.

Created Kind Members

Weasel, otter, badger, ferret

CLASS: Mammalia (mammal)
ORDER: Carnivora (meat-eating)
FAMILY: Mustelidae (badgers, otters, and relatives)
GENUS/SPECIES: Gulo gulo


Size: 36–45 in long (0.9–1.2 m)
Weight: 25–36 lbs (11–16 kg)
Original Diet: Plants
Present Diet: Rodents, large mammals, carrion, eggs of ground-nesting birds
Habitat: Arctic regions, in taiga and tundra