Hi to all, I’m back from the Sportsman Show held in
this past weekend. It was pleasant to
meet and to talk to many of you. For
some reasons, many had questions about wolves.
Here is a picture of a wolf skull
that we killed while in Montreal in 2009.
The broken canine tooth sitting on the left side of the eye-socket has
an interesting story. In fact, this
tooth was removed from the skull and it belonged to another wolf since our wolf
had his four canine teeth well in place.
Among the many fights that occurs in a wolf pack, either to establish
their hierarchy or to have access to meat, some fights or attacks get out of
hand and wolves can get hurt seriously.
This wolf was very skinny for the time period and with the abundance of
prey still available in the area. It is
quite possible that his hierarchy rank was very low in the wolf pack and that
most of the time, he only had access to the leftovers. Living in society is not
always to your advantage… Have a good day! Louis British