Curator Pat Goodmann weighs in on “The Grey”

“The Grey”, a movie about an oil drilling team which is stranded in Alaska and must fight to survive — primarily against a pack of gray wolves — is not only not representative of real wolf behavior, but making it had a more immediate cost: four wild wolves were harmed in the making of this movie.

Pat Goodmann, Wolf Park’s primary wolf curator, contributes her two cents in a guest column in the Lafayette Journal and Courier.

Wolves being portrayed inaccurately as vicious hunters is nothing new, but that’s not why I wrote this. But did filmmakers get away with ignoring basic ethical standards of animal treatment?

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