Gray Wolf Legal Notes and A Photo

Canidian Timber Wolf (Gray Wolf)
gray wolf
Image by Richard Clark (Digimist)
Wolves’ heads are large and heavy, with wide foreheads, strong jaws and long, blunt muzzles. The ears are relatively small and triangular. Wolves usually carry their heads at the same level as their backs, raising their heads only when alert. The teeth are heavy and large, being better suited to bone crushing than those of other extant canids, though not as specialised as those found in hyenas. The canine teeth are robust and relatively short (26 mm). The animal can develop a crushing pressure of perhaps 1,500 lbf/in2 compared to 750 lbf/in2 for a German shepherd. This force is sufficient to break open most bones, as well as cut through half inch lassos with one snap.

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Nice Grey Wolf photos

A few nice grey wolf images I found:

Lone Wolf
grey wolf
Image by h.koppdelaney
The Road
Is my Universe


Und plötzlich ist da ein Unterschlupf


Der Einzelgänger gehört zum Typus B3, Seelsorger, Künstler, spiritueller Sucher und Menschenfreund.

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"Dark Night of the Soul"

Mexican Grey Wolf in the Snow
grey wolf
Image by Chicago Man
Brookfield Zoo.
Brookfield, Illinois, USA.

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Nice Wolf photos

Check out these wolf images:

Alpha Wolf
Image by Douglas Brown
I took this photograph at the Alaska Zoo. Our Zoo has a Wolf Pack of six Wolves in a fairly large compound. Obviously less than ideal for any wild animal but these Wolves have various injuries and problems that makes it hard for them to survive in the wild.

This is the Alpha Wolf in this pack and it’s fascinating to watch the pack’s behavior at feeding time. They exhibit many of the natural behaviors you’d expect to see in wild Wolves at a kill site. Everyone kisses up to this Wolf and he determines who gets in line for the food each meal. At least the Wolves are able to maintain a semblance of their natural life.

I always feel horrible when I see Wolves confined but I also appreciate the opportunity to observe Wolves up close in a quasi natural habitat. Would I give that up for never seeing a Wolf in a Zoo again? Of course!

Fluffy wolf lying comfortably
Image by Tambako the Jaguar
The wolves of the zoo of Zürich are really looking nice, this one particularly much, maybe because (s)he is so fluffy. I also like the easy posture which makes a great animal photo! Thanks for posing so well, wolf! 😀