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Lobos jugando

Lobos jugando

Wolf in the water

Wolf in the water

Moguicheng, China

Moguicheng, China

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wolf fight

wolf fight

Look at the green eyes-are they really that green?

Look at the green eyes-are they really that green?

Alma Totoryte

Alma Totoryte

Wolf love

Wolf love

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Wolf on his back More

Stop killing Wolves!

Stop killing Wolves!

Caperucita Roja

Caperucita Roja

Romeo the Wolf that visited the town in Alaska to play with the dogs there, & visit with some humans he liked. He was killed by heartless hunters after spending 6 years visiting the people and dogs in the town. He has 2 streets, a bar, a drink and a coffee named after him and a memorial in his memory Rest in Peace my precious Wolf.

Romeo the Wolf that visited the town in Alaska to play with the dogs there, & visit with some humans he liked. He was killed by heartless hunters after spending 6 years visiting the people and dogs in the town. He has 2 streets, a bar, a drink and a coffee named after him and a memorial in his memory Rest in Peace my precious Wolf.

A little "disagreement"!"little disagreement                                         I'm truly glad this was just a little"disagreement!

A little "disagreement"!"little disagreement I'm truly glad this was just a little"disagreement!

Howling lessons - yes, a real photo - by Debbie DiCarlo, a longtime nature photographer, who says: "I was attending a photography workshop in Hinckley, Minnesota, where I had the opportunity to take photos of adorable baby animals," she wrote in an email to The Huffington Post. "The coyotes were so playful and fun and when the adult started to howl, the glee in the faces of the pups was undeniably cute. My camera was clicking so fast I was worried about it overheating!"

LOOK: Stunning Photo Stirs Howling Debate

Howling lessons - yes, a real photo - by Debbie DiCarlo, a longtime nature photographer, who says: "I was attending a photography workshop in Hinckley, Minnesota, where I had the opportunity to take photos of adorable baby animals," she wrote in an email to The Huffington Post. "The coyotes were so playful and fun and when the adult started to howl, the glee in the faces of the pups was undeniably cute. My camera was clicking so fast I was worried about it overheating!"