The only animal you'll never see in a circus. A deadly and extremely smart predator. An ancestor of our beloved dogs. Wolves usually live in packs of up to two dozen, but groups of 6 to 10 are the most common. A pack is basically a family group comprising an adult breeding pair (the alpha male and alpha female) and their offspring of various ages. Each one of them has its own distinctive personality. Their ability to form strong social bonds makes the wolves’ group-living possible. They establish a dominance hierarchy within the pack, which helps maintain order. The alpha male and female are the leaders of the group. The female is mostly responsible for the care and defence of pups, whereas her partner leads in foraging and food provisioning. Their typical territory can range from 80 to 3,000 square km. Depending on prey abundance, they vigorously defend against neighbouring groups. Wolves communicate with one another by visual signalling (tail position, facial expression, overall body position), scent marking and vocalization. Howling helps the family stay in touch and also seems to strengthen social bonds among its members. Now you can be a part of the pack with all the safety measures provided by Pixers. Order your wolves wallpaper today!