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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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Meet Mexican gray wolf F1345, a.k.a. Magdalena. Magdalena arrived at the Wolf Conservation Center from the Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield, IL in November of 2016. She lives on exhibit with Mexican gray wolf M1059 (“Diego”). The dark beauty was born … Continue reading

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The Pleistocene epoch (a.k.a. the “Ice Age”) lasted from about 2,600,000 to 12,000 years ago. During the Pleistocene epoch, the Bering Land Bridge was episodically open to connect Alaska and Siberia. Serving as a corridor, the Bering Land Bridge provided … Continue reading

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