What’s cuter than a sleeping wolf? Two sleeping wolves. Here are 10 photos of wolves cuddling up and sleeping together in blissful slumber.

A lot of wolves are pretty active at night and don’t necessarily sleep all night. But when they sleep, they usually sleep in the open air. They can do this because they usually have no predators to fear.

Even when the weather is really bad, they will sleep in open air. They curl up and let the snow fall over them to provide extra insulation.

The life of a wolf is largely occupied with walking. Wolves are tremendous walkers. Day after day, wolves commonly walk for eight hours a day, averaging five miles per hour. They commonly travel thirty miles a day, and may walk 4,000 miles a year.

When wolves are active, they are really active. On a daily basis, wolves burn about 70% more calories compared to typical animals of similar size. While spending all this energy, wolves may eat only once every five to ten days. During the time between kills a wolf may lose as much as 8-10% of its body weight. However, a wolf can regain all of this lost weight in just two days of ad libitum eating and resting.

Wolves work tremendously hard, but they also take resting very seriously.

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