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The Candy is Mine is one of our selected Wolf Games. Help the Big, Bad Wolf steal sweets! Follow the fairy tale characters to collect the candy that is falling from their baskets. Camouflaged with shrubbery, you must stand like a tree when the kids turn around. Different scores will unlock frightening alternate endings. Have Fun!
Use your mouse to play this fun online game. Left click and hold to steal sweets and make sure not to get caught.
Do you like animals, and do you also enjoy to play a fun animal game online for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free online Candy is Mine game. Am I correct? ;)
We bet you like to eat candy. There is no question that Americans love candy. We give it to those we love on Valentine’s Day, get it from the Easter Bunny on Easter, ask our neighbors for it on Halloween, and get a stocking full of it from Santa at Christmas. We eat it at the movies, we eat it at home, and we even eat it all year long while we drive around in our cars. According to chegg.com there are many fun facts about candy. Americans purchase nearly 600 million pounds of candy a year for Halloween. Chocolate is clearly the preferred choice of sweets for many. The day of the year with the most candy sales is October 28th. If you laid out all the candy corn produced in a year from end to end, you could circle the Earth more than 4 times. Across the country, red jelly beans are most commonly chosen as the favorite amongst kids.
According to WolfWeb.com wolves are carnivores (meat eaters) but they will eat other foods as well. Their diet ranges from big game, such as elk and moose, to earthworms, berries and grasshoppers. Wolves eat their food very quickly, probably to protect it from being stolen, and to decrease the chance of attack from other predators. They eat the best parts first, and come back later for the remainder, as they can't afford to be wasteful. They will hide food in the snow, or icy soil, which helps to preserve it, and protect it from scavengers. Wolves can eat every 5-6 hours when there is plenty of food available, or they can fast and live on scraps for 2 weeks when there is less food around.