Wolves and Humans
“I woke up one morning thinking about wolves and realized that wolf packs function as families. Everyone has a role, and if you act within the parameters of your role, the whole pack succeeds, and when that falls apart, so does the pack.” – Jodi Picoult
“Perhaps most important for nomads was the belief in the symbiosis that existed between wolf and humans on the steppe. Wolves were an integral part of keeping the balance of nature, ensuring that plagues of rabbits and rodents didn’t break out, which in turn protected the all-important pasture for the nomads’ herds.” – Tim Cope
Wolf Tales is a 21-page eBook with fascinating facts about wolves which few people know about. If you are in doubt as to the correct format for your device, see the guide to at the bottom of this page.
Table of Contents
- Wolves and Humans – The Legend – Opinion: We didn’t domesticate dogs. They domesticated us.
- From the Scientific Records
- Wolves are Intelligent
- Wolves vs Dogs – Physical Differences – Dietary Differences – Developmental Differences – Behavioral Differences – Social Differences – Reproductive Differences
- The History of Wolves and Humans – Humans Owe Their Survival To Wolves – 10 Reasons We Need Wolves
- Interesting Facts About Wolves
- Additional Reading
Free eBook Download
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