|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [Dutch]|
|The wolf has grey to grijzige fleece, with fawn-coloured a bruine colour on the back, head and ears. The differences between individual wolves and ondersoorten are however large, and they prevention in all kinds of colour varieties, of whole blank by means of roodbruin to whole black. Wolves have head romplengte of 80 up to 160 cm, and a tail of 30 up to 50 centimetres. Shoulder altitude is 65 up to 80 centimetres. Vrouwtjes are about ten percents smaller than males: ways males 20 up to 80 kilogrammes, vrouwtjes become on average 18 up to 50 kilogrammes heavy. Wolves are social animals which in roedels of life which is strictly organised and is conducted by a male and a vrouwtje who is usually indicated with alpha. Usually they preserve themselves the exclusive right on reproduction for. The remaining members are generally adult offspring of the alpha couple. A similar scheme can be also found at other in groups together hunting hondachtigen such as the dhole (Cuon alpinus) from India and the African wild dog (Lycaon pictus).|
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- [2005-08-29 6:00]
Excellent composition, and good depth of field.
- [2005-08-29 6:09]
Excellent portrait Lia. Very warm light, great composition and perfect furdetail. Very well done & TFS!
Wow.... great POV. Nice crisp, clear deatils, with very good light and exposure. Well done. Thanks.
- [2005-08-29 14:51]
What a razor sharp picture. Very good coposition and natural colours. Even the frame and your name are perfect.
Well that's all the positive news for today,
- [2005-08-31 12:38]
Very nice image of a wolve. Perfectly shown
Actually this is a maned wolf. Despite their name those are not wolves at all. More like a giant fox. Your whole note applies to real wolves and not at all to the maned wolf which has a very different type of life.
Excellent shot of it.