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Old 09-02-2010, 17:59   #1
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Default Russian wolf photos were taken in the wild.

Since the authenticity of the wolf images by Russian wildlife photographer Sergey Gorshkov, that are published on the Wild Wonders of Europe blog and in our gallery has recently been questioned, we tried to verify and clarify the circumstances under which these images have been taken.

During his efforts to take great wolf images, photographer Sergey Gorshkov has cooperated closely with nature reserve authorities, wildlife biologists and local hunters.

One area where he took many of the images published in the Wild Wonders of Europe blog and galleries, is the region of Tver. Here PhD researcher Vladimir Bologov and his team have for several years raised orphaned, abandoned or “un-wanted” wolf pups brought to them by hunters, farmers, zoos and others at the so called “wolf camp” at “Chistiy Les” , right beside the Central Forest Reserve - a very wild and very sparsely populated, protected area c. 400 km northwest of Moscow. They raise them in order to study the animals and then release them back into the wild.


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Old 09-02-2010, 18:41   #2
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Very nice photos !

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Old 10-02-2010, 17:02   #4
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Since the authenticity of the wolf images by Russian wildlife photographer Sergey Gorshkov, that are published on the Wild Wonders of Europe blog and in our gallery has recently been questioned, we tried to verify and clarify the circumstances under which these images have been taken.


I´m no expert by far, and therefor I want to ask if you know what we se in this photo ???

Is it two puppy´s, one older and one younger... or is it a mother and her puppy ???

The reasan I ask is because of the black part under her jaw... As I have bean tolled by (experts) ONLY puppy wolf´s and Wolfdogs has this, not a grown wolf.

Therefor if it is a grown wolf I suspect it is not pure wolf, but a Wolfdog ??? But as I did say I´m no expert...

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Old 14-02-2010, 14:56   #5
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Very nice pics!

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The reasan I ask is because of the black part under her jaw... As I have bean tolled by (experts) ONLY puppy wolf´s and Wolfdogs has this, not a grown wolf.
For my opinion it is full growed but not real adult wolf. But I sugest you to see something else - this wolf will some people from this forum (the Molosso lovers) call jackal.
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