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By the 1960s, government-sponsored extermination had wiped out nearly all wolves in the Lower 48 states. Only a small population of gray wolves remained in extreme northeastern Minnesota and on Isle Royale. The last handful of wild red wolves remained … Continue reading

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Beyond being among the boopiest snoots in the animal kingdom, a wolf’s nose is a powerful organ. With over 200 million olfactory cells housed in the nose, the wolf’s sense of smell is its most acute sense. Scent plays a … Continue reading

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Wolves don’t feast on Thanksgiving, they feast whenever they can! Prey isn’t always abundant for wolves, so they’ve developed a metabolism that helps them store fat and energy for long periods while prey is scarce. When food is available, they … Continue reading

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