Arctic wolves, BBC video


This video, recorded on Ellesmere island in Arctic Canada, says about itself:

8 July 2016

Taken from Snow Wolf Family And Me. In such a harsh and wild environment it’s wonderful to see the family strength and community of a wolf pack and how they interact with a human in their domain.

Owls and wolves, video


This video says about itself:

Master of the Sky: Owl Vs Wolf – Super Powered Owls – BBC

15 April 2016

Owls have an amazing aerial agility, a great defensive move especially when you have young to protect.

Lynx meets wolf in Poland, video


This video says about itself:

Rare encounter of wolf and lynx in nature

Watch the exceptional encounter between the highly threatened wolf and a family of lynx in Poland’s wild forests. See also here.

Both animals have bounced back from the brink of extinction in Europe thanks to strong protection under EU Nature laws, but they are still at risk. We are campaigning to ensure that Europe’s beauties of nature are effectively protected.

Learn more about WWF campaign here.

Wolves’ sex life, video


This video says about itself:

Wolves Unable to Separate After Sex! – Animal Attraction – BBC

29 January 2016

The alpha couple will actively discourage last years offspring from mating to ensure that there are not more mouths to feed, but a young male seems adamant to pursue the interest of one young female…

‘Dutch’ wolf to Dutch museum


This video says about itself:

Wolf spotted in Netherlands for first time in over 100 years

13 March 2015

A wolf has been seen in the Netherlands for the first time in over a century, with footage showing the predator trotting around near a railway track in Noord-Sleen.

Then, that wolf went back to its native Germany; where a truck killed it.

Today, Dutch radio reported that this wolf is coming back to the Netherlands. Later this year, it will be included in the collection of Naturalis museum in Leiden.

Ice age wolf’s bone discovery on Texel island


The Texel wolf's bone. photo: Ecomare

Translated from Ecomare museum on Texel island in the Netherlands:

Dec 24, 2015 – An exciting discovery on the beach at beach post 12 on Texel. Hiker Els ten Napel found a big bone in the sand. Because she wanted to know what animal it came from, she took it to Ecomare. It proved to be a bone from the Ice Age. Judging from the shape, it is a thigh bone of a wolf. On Texel fossil bones are found regularly, they come from the seabed to the beach. …

From the deep brown color of the wolf’s bone you can see that it probably dates from the last ice age. It would therefore be between 10,000 and 100,000 years old. Wolves were quite common in the last ice age. They hunted many large herbivorous animals that were here then. There were at that time also other carnivorous animals: lions, hyenas, brown bears and humans, but they were a lot rarer. Ecomare has the bones of these predators from the ice age in the collection.

First winter snow at International Wolf Center


This video from Minnesota in the USA says about itself:

International Wolf Center – First Snow of Winter – 20 November 2015

The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future.