The Process of Forming an "Ambassador" Wolf Pack

Schmidt, Lori
September 2008
International Wolf;Fall2008, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p14
The article discusses the process of formation of the wolf pack in the International Wolf Center in Minnesota. It notes that the Exhibit Pack, part of the center's Web site, is comprised of two arctic subspecies and two Great Plains subspecies to form four gray wolves. It mentions that the formation of pack influenced by the hormones on the wolves and socialization of the pups to the adults in daily activities.


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