One day, a good man encountered a wolf.
The man was amazed by the wild nature of the animal, which gazed at him with its deep eyes.
They stood staring at each other for a few minutes, and then the man said: “I know that your life is hard: what
Tag: gray wolf science
Voyageurs Wolf Project is an initiative of scientists who since 2012 collared 74 wolves coming from random wolf packs, collected data from thousands GPS points placed where they wandered, and scrutinized what they eat (scat analyses) and what tactics they prefer for hunting.
According to VWP reports, Minnesota wolves'
Circa a week ago, I read that Jackals now vastly outnumber Europe’s wolves, totaling at most 117000 by the latest official estimate. By contrast, a high estimate of Europe’s wolves is about 17,000. Slovenia itself has somewhere between 200 and 400 jackals, Dr. Krofel estimated, and about
It is obvious and scientifically confirmed, gray wolf and domestic dog can randomly cross resulting with a hybrid as a consequence of pairing each other different - however infertile (capable of interbreeding), matched by sufficient parental compatibility - species/subspecies individuals, succeeding with a birth of viable offspring.
In August 2018, the first animal leaving Chernobyl Exclusion Zone was evidenced by scientists. According to the publicized report, a young collared wolf (1-2 years), being a CEZ resident, travelled 365km reaching Russia perimeter territory. The dispersal of a young wolf is an important observation because it suggests that the