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Arctic & Timber Wolf Habitat
Image by Snap Man
"There are two Arctic, and two Timber Wolves that live in this 3.5 acre habitat. Newly rescued Wolves are placed in introduction areas adjacent to this habitat, so they can spend some time getting used to the sights and sounds of the Sanctuary. Once new Wolves feel comfortable with their surroundings, and have had a chance to meet the other Wolves through their enclosure fence, they are released to roam and live freely within the habitat. Wolves are highly social animals and live in Packs with one Alpha Male and one Alpha Female leading the rest of the Pack. Some of the Wolves in this habitat weigh as much as 140 pounds, and can live up to 15 years in captivity." Wild Animal Sanctuary, September 1, 2012
Eastern Timber Wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) sleeping
Image by warriorwoman531
The Eastern Timber Wolf (Canis lupus lycaon) was the first subspecies of the gray wolf (Canis lupus) to be recognized in the United States. Canis lupus lycaon inhabited the eastern portions of the United States and southeastern parts of Canada. The Eastern Wolf is smaller than the Gray Wolf. It has a pale greyish-brown pelt. The back and the sides are covered with long, black hairs. Behind the ears, there is a slight reddish color.
Photographed at Wildlife Prairie State Park in Illinois.