wolverine

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wolverine

a large, 4 ft long, dark brown furry, voracious carnivore with a long bushy tail. Called also Gulo luscus.
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Pic's second half seems to have been made under a whisky-induced spell of its own, as Carcajou turns out to have a mysterious connection with Quebec Bill's past, while the ghostly Cordelia repeatedly intervenes to offer Wild Bill advice but no clarification.
It is also known as the carcajou, the skunk bear,and the Indian devil.
He clusters the essays in groups of from four to seven within categories such as shelter (tepee, igloo, wigwam, quonset hut), clothing (moccasin, mukluk, shoepac, poc boot, parka, anorak, mackinaw), food from plants (hominy, corn pone, succotash, squash, saguaro), and fur-bearers (muskrat, raccoon, skunk, carcajou, quickhatch, woodchuck, chipmunk).
Surviving the harsh winter is also hard for the large carnivores, such as the wolf (Canis lupus), the lynx (Felis [=Lynx] lynx), and the Gulo gulo, called the glutton in Eurasia and the wolverine or carcajou in North America.