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Gray wolf

The gray wolf or grey wolf (Canis lupus), also known as the timber wolf Like the red wolf, it is distinguished from other Canis species by its larger size and less pointed features, particularly on the ears and muzzle. Its winter fur is long and bushy and predominantly a mottled gray in color, although nearly pure white, red, and brown to black also occur.

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Teeth

Gets me every time, those teeth are so long.

Contributed by Andis Solomon

Soux is such a pretty girl.

It's that moment. That picture right there that helps to express the beauty I see in wolves. Her name is Soux. She lives on a wolf sanctuary in Indiana called Red Wolf Sanctuary. Her beauty is what is pure in this world of hate and violence. And she is just a puppy.

Contributed by Madison Powers

See what the reintroduction of wolves did to Yellowstone National Park.

Contributed by Kristine Kesling

So sweet!

Wolves do mate for life

Contributed by Hanna Alzoubi

grey wolves! beautiful

Contributed by Nikita Shea Trammell

Wolves are able to swim up to eight miles!

Contributed by Rochelle Warren

Julie of the Wolves

The book that started my fascination with wolves in the fifth grade. It really is a great book and gives an inside look into how a wolf pack operated through the eyes of a young girl lost in the Alaska wilderness.

Contributed by Kellymarie Perez-Cruz

The Grey wolf was once the world’s most distributed mammal, the grey wolf’s range has been reduced by one-third. They are commonly killed in revenge after they kill livestock.

Contributed by Andrew Roberts

Living With Wolves

Living With Wolves is a book and documentary film that follows Jim and Jamie Dutcher as they set out to raise wild wolves in a massive, natural enclosure in the Sawtooth Mountains, for the purpose of studying wolves and understanding what the wolf really is. Their journey is one of love and loss, and together they learn that wolves are not so different from human beings after all. Jim and Jamie Dutcher have contributed tons of information, photos, and audio of wolves as a result of this project, which lasted 6 years before they released the Sawtooth Pack into the wild near Yellowstone National Park.

Contributed by Missy Peck

Legend of the Wolf, by Solitudes

This is a 64 minute, 8 song album of relaxing, ambient music with nature sounds that revolve around wolves and wolf packs (including howling, play fighting, suckling, etc.). The music is composed and conducted by Michael Maxwell and the nature sounds are recorded and mixed by Dan and Gordon Gibson.

Contributed by Missy Peck

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