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Anonymous asked:
Hi there! Just a quick question - I was wondering what blood types wolves have. I couldn't really find it on the internet, though I did find the blood types wolves have. Do they share the same blood types? If not, do you perhaps have a source about blood types of wolves? I hope it's not much of a bother. Thank you! ^-^

I never learned anything about this, so I did some quick research but could only find something for canines in general.

Canine blood types are denoted by “DEA,” (Dog Erythrocyte Antigen). They are broken down into eight categories:
DEA 1.1
DEA 1.2
DEA 3
DEA 4
DEA 5
DEA 7
DEA 8

This article may be of interest to you. Good luck!

Anonymous asked:
Okay I've got another perhaps strange question (like the blood type one): do wolves have a preference for using a certain side, like left or right, like humans do? Say, open door first a preferred paw or whatever?

Yes! Like most animals, each individual wolf has a preference in handedness.

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Weekday wolf dress by ASOS, $43.82

Submitted by sammymlee

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Tomorrow is my assesment for my graduation art work!

This is a test photo of one of my final works - I used it to get your attention for the following:

I need artists who work with the theme:

"The relationship between humans / the human body and technology"

If you know anything, (preferably fine arts, but movies, comics, ánything fine as well), please let me know!!!

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By Stefan Seidel

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alfewulf asked:
I love that you have a lot of photographs of dad wolves nurturing their young ones. As I am about to become a single father they remind me that even though I will no longer be a husband, I will still be a dad! Thank you :)

Be brave, I`m sure you`ll make a wonderful wolf dad!

wolveswolves:

By Jim Brandenburg

"

I think that’s the biggest lesson wolves can teach anybody: shut up and be quiet; get out of your own tunnel and your world and actually take a moment to look at something else that’s going to look at you…

Wolves contemplate you. They don’t just look at you, they
look right through you.

"

Kent Weber, director of Mission:Wolf

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wolveswolves:

Gray wolves (Canis lupus) by Jim and Jamie Dutcher

kirotherogue asked:
What's your snapchat? I want to snapchat you!

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wolveswolves:

Eight-week-old Gray wolf pup has the hiccups

Help WolvesWolves out?!

I’m completing my thesis, but still need reliable sources (books, articles, studies, etc.) that talk on:

  • roots of the image of the wolf in movies
  • how fear for the wolf translates to movies
  • (symbolic and/or semiotic) function of the wolf in movies

A little context: I’m writing my thesis on what roots the image of the wolf as shown in American movies has.

Ánything is welcome! The sooner I graduate, the sooner I can get back here and do a decent amount of wolf blogging again =^______^= 

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