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Caption: Grey wolf (Canis lupus) howling, at the Wolf Science Center, Austria. Wolves use howls to communicate with members of their pack and other wolves. A howl can be heard over nine kilometres away. The Wolf Science Centre is a research laboratory that explores the similarities and links between wolves, dogs and humans. Wolves are raised by humans and maintain a close relationship with their handlers. The researchers study how the wolves behave through observation and cognitive experiments.

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Grey wolf howling

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