Wolf pups are born blind and deaf and are completely dependent on their mother for food.
They are fed a diet of milk from their mother’s mammary glands for the first few weeks of life.
As they grow and develop, wolf pups begin to eat solid food and are gradually weaned off of milk.
The transition to solid food typically begins when wolf pups are around 6-8 weeks old and is complete by the time they are around 10-12 weeks old.
Once wolf pups are able to eat solid food, they will typically begin to consume a diet that is similar to that of adult wolves.
This includes a variety of prey species, such as small mammals and birds, as well as carrion (dead animals).
Wolves are carnivorous animals and rely on a diet that is high in protein to support their growth and development.
The exact timing of when wolf pups begin to eat meat will vary depending on the individual wolf pup and the availability of food in its environment.
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