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All the wolves in a pack help take care of the pups. When the pups are very small, other pack members bring food to the mother so she does not have to leave the den. When the pups are a little bigger, pack members "take turns" bringing them food, playing with them and even "baby sitting." Once the pups are about eight weeks old, they leave the den and start using "rendezvous sites." These are meeting places where the wolves gather to sleep, play and just "hang out." Until the pups are old enough to go with the adults, (when pups are six months old, they look almost like adult wolves. Around this time, they start hunting with the rest of the pack) they stay at the rendezvous site. Often, one of the adult wolves stays with the pups to watch over them.

What is a wolf pack? A wolf pack is a cohesive family unit consisting of the adult parents and their offspring of the current year and perhaps the previous year and sometimes two years or more. Wolf parents used to be referred to as the alpha male and alpha female or the alpha pair. These terms have been replaced by “breeding male,” “breeding female,” and “breeding pair,” or simply “parents.” The adult parents are usually unrelated, and other unrelated wolves may sometimes join the pack.

Jaws & fangs
Chelicerae, or jaws, are used to hold prey, inject venom and eat. Two sharp, horizontal fangs are present at the extreme bottom of these jaws. Also present near the jaw are the palps, which serve as sensory structures and as sperm storage in the male wolf spider.

On August 13, one day before their Copenhagen concert, Wolf Eyes had just released their latest album, „No Hate“, for free download. The release came with a plea to partake in a GoFundMe-campaign in support of the family of Heather Heyer, the protester who had just been killed during the „Unite the Right“ rally in Charlottesville the day before. The campaign has already met its goal of raising 225,000 $.

The wolf is the most magnificent creature on the planet. They are enchanting and mysterious. They deserve to be protected, not hunted down and destroyed.

Wolf spiders don't fit the traditional spider archetype. They don’t spin webs and don't catch their prey in them; instead, they stalk and hunt their prey - just as wolves do. Although it's true that Wolf spiders look very similar to Tarantulas, Wolf spiders are generally smaller and from a different family of spider. The scientific name for Wolf spiders is Lycosidae (Greek for “wolf.”)

The gray wolf has interbred extensively with the eastern wolf producing a hybrid population termed Great Lakes boreal wolves . [32] Unlike the red and eastern wolf, the gray wolf does not readily interbreed with coyotes. [5] Nevertheless, coyote genetic markers have been found in some wild isolated gray wolf populations in the southern United States. Gray wolf Y-chromosomes have also been found in Texan coyote haplotypes. [33] In tests performed on a Texan canid of ambiguous species, mtDNA analysis showed that it was a coyote, though subsequent tests revealed that it was a coyote–gray wolf hybrid sired by a male Mexican gray wolf. [34] In 2013, a captive breeding experiment in Utah between gray wolves and western coyotes produced six hybrids through artificial insemination , making this the first hybridization case between pure coyotes and northwestern gray wolves . At six months of age, the hybrids were closely monitored and were shown to display both physical and behavioral characteristics from both species. [12] Although hybridization between wolves and golden jackals has never been observed, evidence of such occurrences was discovered through mtDNA analysis on jackals in Bulgaria. [14] Although there is no genetic evidence of gray wolf-jackal hybridization in the Caucasus Mountains, there have been cases where otherwise genetically pure golden jackals have displayed remarkably gray wolf-like phenotypes , to the point of being mistaken for wolves by trained biologists. [31]

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