The Eastern Wolf has one of the most widely contested classification among wolf species. Experts can’t seem to agree if it’s a subspecies of the Gray Wolf or not.
Whether you’re searching for a unique name for a pet, a book character or something else, here’s our compilation of Wolf Names from all over the world.
In the age-old tradition of destroying animals rather than managing them, Russian Wolves are open to bounty hunting and are being killed in their thousands. How did the situation get so bad and is there any hope for them?
The Caspian Sea Wolf or Steppe Wolf is one of four Russian wolves open to bounty hunting. Learn all the facts about this wolf that is steadily declining in number.
Wolves continue to fascinate us and there are so many reasons why. But here are 7 reasons we are so in love with these wild, free and mysterious creatures.
The wolf continues to fascinate us as seen by ancient tales of wolves in mythology and history. Here are some stories from around the world.
Though wolves were relentlessly executed all over the world for centuries now, the tide may be turning as they are making a slow and steady return to their former habitats. Here are some places you see wolves in the wild worldwide.
30 years after the worst nuclear disaster known to humans, the Chernobyl Wolves and other wildlife are thriving where people fear to tread. How are these wild animals surviving there?
Wolverines are powerful, aggressive predators but wolves are not to be intimidated either. So what happens in wolves versus wolverines clash? Let’s find out.
Wolf Imprinting, could it really happen or is it just a figment of Hollywood’s imagination? If you’re a fan of wolf/werewolf movies, literature, and such, you may have come across the term “imprinting” at some point or the other. Imprinting is a term referring to a type of learning that occurs in a critical period…
Animals that howl, scream, cluck, and even whistle are part of this motley crew of creatures in the same family as Wolves. Whatever species, size or build they may be, all wolves belong to the Canidae family. All members of this family are referred to as Canids, they are all furry and have cutting/slashing teeth but…
Most land predators like tigers and leopards live and hunt alone. But not the wolf. They mostly live in a wolf pack with its own set of rules. Find out why.