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Wolf Has a Blast Playing Ball with an Orange

Beyond their importance as a critical keystone species, wolves can be pretty cute too! As highly social animals that live in well-organized family units called packs, wolves will often engage in social play to strengthen family bonds and assess social…

Big Slumber Party for Wolves

Wolf families are just like ours; they play together, eat together, and most importantly, love together. When it comes to wolves it's all about family ❤ Beyond being adorable, this Mexican gray wolf family represents the Wolf Conservation Center's active…

Wolves Cuddle and Comfort One Another

This is what family looks like 🐺 When it comes to wolves, it’s not about numbers. It’s about family. A wolf is a wolf when it’s part of an intact, unexploited family group capable of astonishingly beautiful and complex cooperative…

Happy Wolves, Happy Howls

Did you know that sometimes wolves sing just to make music, as we do? It's called 'social glue' - a spreading of good feeling like people singing around a campfire, feeling closer to one another - it’s that same idea:…

Wolf Pups Cuddle and Nibble Big Sister

Raising pups is a family affair; it is natural for all the wolves to pitch in. Older siblings in the family (a.k.a. pack), like big sister "Babs", often assist their parents in rearing their younger siblings by regurgitating food for…
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