Gray wolves (canis lupus) still roam across wilder regions of North America and Eurasia, inhabiting rain forests, boreal forests, arctic tundra, and ecosystems in between. These supremely adaptable and social predators live in packs, and primarily target weakened, younger, and older members of ungulate species such as caribou, moose, elk and deer residing within or near their territories. Evidence of scent marking can be seen to the bottom left of the front (larger) foot.
NOTE: The preceding description for the “Wolf Tracks” lithographic note card appears on the reverse of this card.
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