It’s a well-known fact in the insect world that the female mantis eats her partner after a sexual encounter – but what do female wolves do? Let’s find out! The wolf cubs in this video are too young to form sexual partnerships, but to paraphrase Freud, naughty girls are formed in childhood!
We really don’t know what vitamin deficiencies they may be suffering, but chewing on a gumboot seems to replenish the supply. Oh well, instincts - they always tell a beast where to find a good chewable shoe!
Something interesting about wolves' diet. When wolf cubs find raspberry bushes, they nibble on them, as well as pine buds in winter. No doubt they eat berries because they like them, but a really hungry wolf would look for something meatier. RT Wolves profiles http://www.russiatoday.com/wolfnews/news/33290
Wolves' eating habits are similar to those of pigs. They are omnivorous and choose from a wide range of foods. Wolves like strawberries, young grass, cereals and even mushrooms. RT Wolves profiles http://www.russiatoday.com/wolfnews/news/33290 RT Wolves profiles http://www.russiatoday.com/wolfnews/news/33290