|Todd K. Fuller.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||192 / 2019|
Wolves have long captivated the human imagination, whether we see them as spirit guides, proud hunters, creatures of legend, villainous predators, or as paragons of devoted family life. Todd Fuller, a professor of wildlife ecology and biology, has been studying wolves for three decades, observing the natural history and conservation of mammalian carnivores around the world; he also has joyfully howled with wolves in the Gobi Desert. In this gorgeously photographed book he offers insight into the true nature and beauty of the wolf, including their environments, how they communicate and socialize, and what they actually hunt and eat.