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Can I Have A Pet Fox?

Wolf Park’s red foxes are — like our wolves, coyotes, and gray foxes — not domesticated, but tame. That means their offspring are not born tame, and must be tamed just like their parents were. Since they are not domesticated … Continue reading

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Study Finds Gene Flow Between Wolf And Dog Populations in Georgia (Caucasus)

Researchers from Ilia State University in Tbilisi, Georgia, studying populations of wolves living alongside livestock guarding dogs (Caucasian or Georgian shepherds) in the Caucasus found that approximately 10 percent of dogs had detectable wolf ancestry, and about 13% of the … Continue reading

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Wolf Park on National Geographic Channel

Wolf Park will be appearing on the National Geographic Channel on Tuesday, November 23, 2010, at 10:00 pm Eastern time, in a special on domestication called “How Man Tamed the Wild“. The special has footage of the 2010 puppies — … Continue reading

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