Wolves say, “Hello! I love You! You too! You as well!”
Family bonding is essential for coordinated and collaborative group living and is regularly expressed via body language.
Wolf greeting behavior involves tail-wagging, muzzle licking and tail tucking – gestures of intimacy and enthusiasm that reaffirm the unique emotional bonds that shape the foundation of the family.
For wolves, it’s all about family.
Meet the fifty wolves who call the Wolf Conservation Center home.