Meeting with Wolves – Spotkanie z Wilkami
Historically, the grey wolf held the title of the world’s most widely distributed land mammal. It ranged throughout much of the northern hemisphere, from Mexico, north through North America to the Arctic, and throughout most of Eurasia, as far south as southern India. Today, however, this species has a more restricted distribution, occurring mainly in wilderness and remote areas of Canada, Alaska, northern USA, Europe and Asia, and is extinct in parts of Western Europe, Mexico and the USA.
*The grey wolf is the largest wild canid, or member of the ‚dog’ family
*Found in many different coat colours, the grey wolf may be grey, red, brown, black, or almost pure white
*A very intelligent predator, the grey wolf can work in a group to bring down large prey up to ten times its size
*Grey wolves usually live in packs, with a dominant breeding pair