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--Kendra Haste-- "Timber Wolf" (2002) Painted galvanised wire - unique 41(h) x 65(l) x16(w) in / 104(h) x 165(l) x 41(w) cm

--Kendra Haste-- "Alpha Male Baboon" (2003) Painted galvanised wire - unique 34(h) x 43(l) x 20(w) in / 85(h) x 110(l) x 50(w) cm

Giraffe (2004) by Kendra Haste. Steel armature & painted galvanise wire - Private Collection

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Wire Wolves Running Down Stairs

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Lioness Head (2012)  Painted galvanised wire - unique 19(h) x 17(w) x19(d) in | 49(h) x 43(w) x 49(d) cm £7,500 (+ p - please enquire)

Giraffe - detail (2004-6) by Kendra Haste. Steel armature & painted galvanised wire - Private Collection

Galvanised welded steel Foxes, Wolves, Wild Dog /statues Sculptures #sculpture by #sculptor Amy Goodman titled: 'Howling Wolf (Wire Steel Garden or Yard Sculptures)' £2250 #art

'Polar Bear' by Kendra Haste. Steel armature & painted galvanised wire @ the Tower of London

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Abandoned Hubcaps Transform into Amazing Animal Sculptures

Arctic Wolf sculpture made from abandoned hubcaps by Ptolemy Elrington

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Hand-Made OOAK Arctic Wolf Wall Mount - Wall Art - Faux Taxidermy

Hand-Made OOAK Arctic Wolf Wall Mount - Wall Art - Faux Taxidermy. $59.99, via Etsy.

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Unique Wire Dog Sculpture by Nakisha - CURIOUS PUPPY

Unique Wire Dog Sculpture by Nakisha CURIOUS PUPPY by wireanimals,

In Inuit mythology, Akhlut is a spirit that takes the form of both a wolf and an orca. It is a vicious, dangerous beast. Its tracks can be recognized because they are wolf tracks that lead to and from the ocean. Often, dogs seen walking to the ocean and/or into it are considered evil. Little is known of this spirit, other than that it changes from an orca to a wolf when hungry, not many myths relate to it.