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Wolf Howl Identification Technology Excites Experts
Science & Tech  (tags: wolves, identification, technology, scientists, research )

- 1765 days ago -
Individual wild wolves can be recognised by just their howls with 100% accuracy, a study has shown.
How Did Wolves Get to the Falkland Islands? Scientists Have the Answer
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, discovery, Falkland Islands, interesting, news, research, science, University of Adelaide Australia, wolves )

- 1900 days ago -
This wolf made its way to the Falkland Islands, hundreds of miles from the nearest continent, by crossing a frozen sea right after the last Ice Age. Their existence puzzled Darwin in 1834, as logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Why Wolves Are Forever Wild, But Dogs Can Be Tamed
Science & Tech  (tags: Wolves, dogs, investigation, study, research, science )

- 1948 days ago -
Dogs and wolves are genetically so similar, it's been difficult for biologists to understand why wolves remain fiercely wild, while dogs can gladly become "man's best friend."
Wolves Survival Threatened By Legal Hunting
Science & Tech  (tags: wolves, massacred, legal, hunted down, disappearing, humans, destroyers, protection laws, banning wolf killing, maglined )

- 2985 days ago -
Denali National Park's has an already declining wolf population and wolves are a major attraction for visitors. It is estimated that only 70 wolves call the six million acre park home. Because wolves do not understand boundaries between state and
Too Many Deer? Call in the Wolves, Scientists Say
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, studies, predators, wolves, packs, reintroduction, research, investigation, environment )

- 3031 days ago -
Scientists are calling for a formidable new cadre of pest exterminators to prowl America's national parks: wolves. A coalition of researchers has proposed trucking wolves into parks and other wild places to curb booming populations of deer and elk,
In Taming Dogs, Humans May Have Sought a Meal
Science & Tech  (tags: wolves, dogs, china, domestication, food, genetic, diversity, science, genomic, archaeology, research, discovery, mitochondrial, DNA, technology, study )

- 3178 days ago -
Wolves may have domesticated themselves in China when they began scavenging around the garbage dumps at the first human settlements. As they became tamer, they were captured and bred. Given local traditions, the wolves would have been bred to be eaten.
Researchers Challenge The Origins Of Domestic Dogs
Science & Tech  (tags: science, dogs, animals, DNA, Asia, Africa, Egypt, wolves, humans, technology, research, study, investigation, discovery )

- 3213 days ago -
Scientists have long concluded that domestication of canines began in East Asia, due to the huge genetic diversity of dogs found there. But new research published in the journal PNAS shows the DNA of dogs in African villages is just as varied.
172 Scientists Protest Alaska's Aerial Wolf Hunting
Science & Tech  (tags: wolves, animals, palin, science, hunting, fur, cruelty, suffering, killing, endangered species, habitat, politics, protection )

- 3395 days ago -
Dear Governor Palin: As scientists and other wildlife professionals, we urge you to strengthen the application of science-based wildlife management to sound policy decisions, especially for those Alaska programs related to predator control....
Video Game Looks Into World of Wolves - EarthLink - Technology News
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, technology, wolves, video games, computer, tech, wildlife, interesting, internet )

- 3793 days ago -
The new video game "WolfQuest" allows players to follow the call of the wild in the role of a wolf in Yellowstone National Park.Players learn quickly,with help from realistic graphics,that wolves do a lot of running - across plains,through forests and>>
International Wolf Center Learn About Wolves - Wolves of the World
Science & Tech  (tags: habitat, wildlife, investigation, animals, endangered, protection, humans, society, environment, wolves, study, research, science, discovery, world )

- 3797 days ago -
Dive into the amazing world of wolf populations from around the globe!Find detailed information on wolf species and subspecies based on their geographic location around the world using the map below.Wild wolf populations are found in North America,Europe>

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