Our scientific animator will help you learn more about this emblematic species of the great American north.
Consisting of a dominant pair and their young, a wolf pack is a highly organized social group.
The dominant couple maintains the hierarchy thanks to numerous behaviors, postures as well as facial mimics.
Indeed, a dominant individual always places himself above a dominated one, shows his teeth during a conflict and moves with his tail straight. On the contrary, a dominated individual moves with the tail folded between the legs.
Easily identifiable, our dominant couple is the one you will see eating first.