Wolverines are solitary animals who require a lot of room to roam in the wild. Wolverines are aggressive predators who have been known to move 15 miles a day in order to find food. Because of this, their natural habitat is limited to northern areas of North America, Asia, and Europe. They can be found all around Canada, Russia, China, Mongolia, and the northern Scandinavian countries of Europe.
Wolverines live in boreal forests, taiga, and tundra in northern Europe, Asia, and North America. They like the snow and are excellent hunters in that climate. Besides their natural habitat, you can also spot wolverines in some zoos.
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