Wolves by Colin Bogle Wolves are very family orientated. They kill only to eat. They mate for life...they have uncles and aunts who baby sit the kits while that parents are out getting dinner. If one dies or gets hunted down the whole family unit is disrupted. Beautiful, Wolf Pup, Cubs, Wolves, Learning, Amazing Nature, Families, Howls Wolf, Animal
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. by helenpriem, via Flickr, amazing artist in felting! Love all the browns she used.
Howling lessons - yes, a real photo - by Debbie DiCarlo, a longtime nature photographer, who says: "I was attending a photography workshop in Hinckley, Minnesota, where I had the opportunity to take photos of adorable baby animals," she wrote in an email to The Huffington Post. "The coyotes were so playful and fun and when the adult started to howl, the glee in the faces of the pups was undeniably cute. My camera was clicking so fast I was worried about it overheating!"
Inspiration #3 - Wolves There's a lot to be learned from wolves roaming free in the wild. Leadership, staying true to your pack, teamwork, family values, giving praise to higher beings, and how to properly respect fear. Seeing them come off the endangered list gave me a reason to smile, and have you ever watched them move together as a pack? Breathtaking.
How cute?! I know it's a wolf but still!They are an interesting animal that is missUNDERstood for hurting people.NOTICE that it is in their nature they don't mean to it's just an instinct like protecting yourself from poachers or something!(: #LOVEWOLFS