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“Wolf is the Grand Teacher. Wolf is the sage, who after many winters upon the sacred path and seeking the ways of wisdom, returns to share new knowledge with the tribe”

Wolf is the Grand TeacherWolf is the sage, who after many winters upon the sacred path and seeking the ways of wisdom, returns to share new knowledge with the tribe”

ihsquared:

Over half way there to unlocking the wolf t-shirt for my kickstarter! 4hrs left :) thank you all so much!!
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/knotart/animal-kingdom-t-shirts-by-ihsquared

Great custom T-shirt designs. I want the wolf one

ihsquared:

Over half way there to unlocking the wolf t-shirt for my kickstarter! 4hrs left :) thank you all so much!!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/knotart/animal-kingdom-t-shirts-by-ihsquared

Great custom T-shirt designs. I want the wolf one

So alike, such wolf.

So alike, such wolf.

I want this on my body.

I want this on my body.

“Researchers at the Wolf Science Center and the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, set out to determine if the howl of a wolf is an involuntary cry caused by stress or a conscious result of separation from a companion that is particularly important, either because of social rank within the pack or genuine affection for a preferred mate.
The wolves howled the most when they had a special relationship with the missing member of the pack. The level of anxiety caused by the separation, as determined by measurements of the stress hormone cortisol in the wolves’ saliva, had virtually no effect on the howling. That indicates it was friendship, not anxiety, that caused the ruckus.”
-from abcnews.go.com

Researchers at the Wolf Science Center and the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, set out to determine if the howl of a wolf is an involuntary cry caused by stress or a conscious result of separation from a companion that is particularly important, either because of social rank within the pack or genuine affection for a preferred mate.

The wolves howled the most when they had a special relationship with the missing member of the pack. The level of anxiety caused by the separation, as determined by measurements of the stress hormone cortisol in the wolves’ saliva, had virtually no effect on the howling. That indicates it was friendship, not anxiety, that caused the ruckus.”

-from abcnews.go.com