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Native Americans have often held timber wolves in the highest esteem in their culture. In truth, they are many times seen as a sacred animal and featured significantly in ancient songs, dances and stories that have been handed down for generations. http://bit.ly/Y22pul

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sole ancestor of the dog, which was first domesticated in the Middle East. Dogs are the wolf's closest relative (the genetic divergence between gray wolves & dogs is only as opposed to over between gray wolves, Ethiopian wolves & coyot.

Wolfs, animals with hard life that rest together to be the strongest. I love them!

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Howling is the one form of communication used by wolves that is intended for long distance. A defensive howl is used to keep the pack together and strangers away, to stand their ground and protect young pups who cannot yet travel from danger, and protect kill sites. A social howl is used to locate one another, rally together and possibly just for fun. Regardless of what the intent of the howl is for - it is a beautiful sound to behold! Photo: Evergreen photography

I have a thing for wolves…they are beautiful and my favourite animals in the outdoors…I yet haven't meet one in person, out in the wild.in the zoo of coarse, but it isn't the same. Since in out west…i will def' get that chance.