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The power struggle within wolf packs is pretty terrifying 😰

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Amanda Mellard
Amanda Mellard4 months ago

Wolves!!! Zach Lawer . We should go visit Longleat & see them.

Julie Warfield
Julie Warfield4 months ago

Agree with others...only wolves in captivity behave that way...not enough room, many other stressors, and often not even from the same pack. People expecting wolves, and dogs for that matter, to just sort it out when are they thrown together with a "here's your "pack now buddy" are woefully ignorant of animal behavior, no matter how well meaning they might be.

Kelly Broomhall
Kelly Broomhall4 months ago

Wolfpack hierarchy isn't a thing. This has been debunked over and over. It is only a thing IN CAPTIVITY. Wild wolves do NOT have alpha etc. etc. They live in family groups and break off into other family groups.

Sam Humberstone
Sam Humberstone4 months ago

That set up is cruel, totally unlike the behaviour of wolves in the wild. Sensationalist, a misrepresentation of natural, normal, healthy pack behaviour... wolves avoid conflict due to the cost, health, life.
Longleat and BBC, should be embarrassed, the wolves are being failed, this is not something I'd want publicised.

Gemma MacMillan
Gemma MacMillan4 months ago

You'd really expect zoo keepers who care for wolves to be a little more knowledgeable about wolf behaviour 😳

Kathy Guttay
Kathy Guttay4 months ago

This park is one f'd up disaster for these wolves and should be shut down now!!

Hamid Haghighi
Hamid Haghighi4 months ago

Why did the injured wolf bark like dogs?

Rebecca Robinson
Rebecca Robinson4 months ago

These wolves fight like this because they are not a natural pack. BBC you should do better than to display this as normal behavior.

Pancho Burgos-Goizueta
Pancho Burgos-Goizueta4 months ago

Only in captivity. In the wild there’s no such thing as an alpha.