Stunning Wolf Family Strikes a Pose
The strength of the wolf is family!
Wolves are highly social animals that live in well-organized family units called packs (often referred to as “family groups”). Cooperative living gives wolf families a number of benefits – it facilitates successful hunting, pup-rearing, defending pack territory, and more.
This Mexican gray wolf family is eleven members strong with parents, Rosa and Alléno, and their nine pups born in spring of 2018. In this group photo, all the wolves are yearlings save Rosa the mother. Can you pick the matriarch out of the crowd? Hint: she looks pooped!
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