"Children, I would like for you to meet someone who is almost a member of my family. This is Willis. He is a gray wolf, and he is my dog's cousin. Willis, say something to the children."
"Hi, there. I am Willis, like Keith said, and I am glad to be here."
"Thank you for coming, Willis. Let's just get this color thing out of the way. You say you are a gray wolf, but you are white. What's with that?"
"Gray wolves are different colors like different dogs are different colors. An arctic wolf is white, just like a Labrador retriever may be yellow or brown."
"Willis, you are grown and weigh about eighty pounds. Are you a large wolf?"
"No, not at all. Male gray wolves can be as heavy as one hundred ten pounds. Females are smaller and don't usually weigh more than eighty pounds."
"Do you like roaming alone, like the tigers do?"
"No, I like having other wolves around me. We travel in packs. Most packs have six to eight wolves in them."Paragraphs 9 to 21:
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