Have you ever seen the tenderness that a female wolf gives to her babies?

 The Arctic Wolf (Canis lupus arctos), also called Polar Wolf or White Wolf, is a mammal of the Canidae family and a subspecies of the Grey Wolf. Arctic Wolves inhabit the Canadian Arctic and the northern parts of Greenland.

The Arctic Wolf and the Timber Wolf are the only subspecies of the Grey Wolf that still can be found over the whole of its original range, largely because in their natural habitat they rarely encounter humans.

Arctic Wolves usually have small ears, which help the wolf maintain body heat. The alpha male is always the largest and will continue growing after other wolves had stopped. Arctic wolves can be black, grey or white.

Normally, only the alpha male and female Arctic wolves breed, however, in large packs others may mate as well. Due to the Arctics permafrost soil and the difficulty it poses for digging dens, Arctic Wolves often use rock outcroppings, caves or even shallow depressions as dens instead. The mother gives birth to 2 or 3 pups in late May to early June, about a month later than Grey Wolves.

Photo Credit: Rudy Pohl

 There is nothing more beautiful than a mother's love

Responses to "Stunning Images Showcase the Cuteness of Fluffy Arctic Wolf Pups with Moms"

  1. roofdog13 says:

    great pictures,thanks

  2. Anonymous says:


  3. They are so beautiful

  4. bmfilip says:

    They are such beautiful animals. May they all live in peace. Thank you for sharing this.

  5. These photos of Arctic Moms and their pups are beyond awesome.My thanks for the effort it took to get them.

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