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What a lucky girl

Robin Isely - innocence Rarely do I include humans, but this is lovely.

Let Me Be. Save the Wolves.

White Wolf -- Beautiful, inspirational and creative images from Piccsy. Thousands of Piccs from all our streams, for you to browse, enjoy and share with a friend.

Koko is a gorilla who can use more than 1,000 words in American sign language and understands 2,000 words in spoken English. To teach her, researchers read "The Three Little Kittens" and "Puss 'n' Boots" to the primate. Since then, Koko has been infatuated by felines, at one point she even asked for one as a christmas present. While nursing cats, Koko has been known to sign “Soft. Good. Cat."

For her birthday one year, she signed to her teacher that she wanted a kitten. Koko’s teacher wasn’t surprised, as Koko’s two favorite books were about cats. They adopted one from an abandoned litter and Koko showed it tender care and gentleness.

'Yellowstone Wolf 495M 495M was a remarkable wolf. At the time of his capture for collaring, he was the largest wolf ever recorded in Yellowstone, weighing in at 143 lbs. The researchers joked that they had darted a bear instead of a wolf because of his immense size. As the alpha male of Mollie’s Pack, 495M also displayed immense boldness. The hardy pack inhabited Pelican Valley in the park’s interior and regularly hunted bison instead of elk—no easy feat even for a wolf...

Yellowstone Wolf At the time of his capture for collaring, he was the largest wolf ever recorded in Yellowstone, weighing in at 143 lbs. The alpha male displayed immense boldness and his pack regularly hunted bison instead of elk.

Kari hernedez you might want to be careful with what you feed zip

I LOOOVE big doggies! :) Cujo's dad was this big. Never believed he was full dog, even though he was papered.

The Boy and the Wolf

*/Wolf Folklore/* There is one myth that the mythological founder of the Chechen nation, Turpalo-Noxchuo (Chechen Hero, who Chechens are descended from "like sparks of steel"), was raised by a fabled, loving "Wolf Mother".

<3 you can't see me I blended in with da snow and da twigs.

The wolf stalks its pray getting ready to pounce and hunt it dead to feed the pack , Cubs or partner