The “lone wolf” is an overly romanticized beast. What made him “lone” is his pack ran him off.
Ever heard of a “puwo”? That’s a cross between a standard poodle and a wolf.
An “Adirondack wolf” is a cross between a coyote and a dog.
A wild wolf eats about 13 pounds of flesh, hair, and bones a day.
When a wolf’s howl is high and quavering, it’s scared.
Wolves don’t just howl—they sing. There are tenors, sopranos, even baritones.
Wolves howl when they’re separated from their pack or when they want to reconvene their pack. But they also howl when their pups die.
Wolves hunting in packs bring down their prey only once in every 12 tries.
In a pack of wolves, only one pair breeds.
Camels don’t spit randomly at the object of their anger. They aim for the eyes.