A pack of Arctic wolf puppies play with each other and explore their environment. We apologize in advance for the overwhelming cuteness your brain will have to process.

Arctic wolves, a subspecies of the gray wolf, are found in Arctic regions of Canada, Alaska and Greenland.

Because they make their home in extremely harsh, remote locations, wild Arctic wolves are rarely threatened by hunting and habitat destruction.

Wolf pups are born deaf and blind while weighing around 0.5 kg (1 lb). It takes about 8 months before they are old enough to actively join in wolf pack hunts.

Wolves in the Arctic have to travel much longer distances than wolves in the forest to find food and will sometimes go for several days without eating.

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Responses to "Wild Arctic Wolf Pups Suckling And Playing (VIDEO)"

  1. SASS says:

    fantastic! Life in its natural purity...

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