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When you compare the dog to the wolf, the dog is much like the adolescent wolf their entire life. Let me explain! During their adolescent period, the wolf is playful; they can adapt and are able for form bonds with other species. The adolescent wolf will even readily take direction. They are also far less territorial and less predatory in nature during adolescence. You are now thinking wow, sounds like a dog right? Not so! As the adolescent wolf reaches maturity at anywhere from 18-months to 3-years of age, a transition occurs. The wolf will begin to show the behavior of an adult wolf and be next to impossible to handle in captivity or at the least extremely difficult.
the girls name is anita and i guess it is a zoo but other youtube video i found of it has more info in the comments www.youtube.com...
Anita had not been in Polar Zoo in about 2 months. When she returned i had the chance to film her first meeting in a long time with the wolves she spent a long time socializing from 16th of May 2008. The video is recorded in Polar Zoo and any questions related to socializing process should be taken with
Originally posted by Doodle19815
#1. Why does she keep her mouth open to get kissed????????
#2. Does she have something in her pocket that are attracting them? They act like they are "attracted" to her.
#3. Why isn't she screaming for her life? I would be.