With their haunting song and elusive nature, wolves have long evoked fear and admiration in humans, their only predator. Wolf packs once roamed freely over the whole of North America until a relentless war waged successively by settlers, farmers and governments eliminated them from much of the continent. Now, as new understanding replaces fear and superstition, these elusive carnivores are being recognized for their splendor and the critical role they play in nature's delicate drama. Profoundly social, highly intelligent and naturally playful, wolves are also fiercely dedicated to their family, the pack, on which survival depends. Today, wolves are beginning once again to flourish, though their survival is always at risk. In Wolves 2001, renowned wildlife photographers celebrate the powerful beauty of the magnificent wolf.
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