Brother Wolf : A Forgotten Promise
There were once at least thirty different subspecies of wolf. Most have become extinct. About five subspecies survive today. In England, the last wolves were wiped out by about 1500, a few still live in eastern Europe, India, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Middle East. No one knows how many survive in Russia and China. Most wolves in North America are found in Alaska and Canada and hunters, from whom most of our knowledge of this shy creature comes from, say they are now almost impossible to find…
UPDATE 2011: After re-introduction in the USA some areas have made a slight comeback in numbers. Pressure from ranchers to kill wolves is mounting and the wild wolves need our help more than ever.
What’s this web site all about?
We’ve hunted, searched and scratched about to collect as much information about wolves as we can. We present it here in a form that we hope is easy to understand. We’ve added games, stories, pictures and activities to make your stay as much fun as possible, while at the same time you might take away with you a new understanding of our brother, The Wolf!
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