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.
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…
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.
The conflict between Wolves and Livestock (and their owners), is an age-old one. But instead of just killing the wolves what else can ranchers do?
Lone Wolves are the stuff of several tales and debates. But what actually could make a wolf break ranks and how do they survive on their own in the wild?
The Yellowstone Druid Wolf Pack could be described as one of the most publicized wolf packs on Earth. But what really happened to the original members?
The process of domesticating wolves started thousands of years ago but how has it fared so far? Are there any consequences of this action?