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It is currently found primarily in arctic regions such as Alaska, northern Canada, Siberia and Scandinavia. Before the widespread European settlement of North America, however, it was found as far south as California. A small number remain in the Rocky Mountain states. The present worldwide wolverine population is unknown, although it appears that the animal has a very low population density throughout its range, possibly as a result of illegal hunting. Wolverines, especially males, require large home ranges. The wolverine is still trapped for its fur in some parts of its range.
Originally posted by JackofBlades
I don't think wolverines have ever lived in scandinavia.
Its behaviours sound extremely strange. it would eat until nearly bursting, squeeze the food out and then gorge again? odd