Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 29, 2014

Wolves Communicate With Their Eyes

Conservation Magazine reported on a study that

compared the facial characteristics, gazing behaviors, and sociality of 26 different canid species, from wolves to bush dogs to Arctic foxes. The researchers, based in Japan, found that animals with eyes that are easier to discern on the face are more likely to live and hunt socially. Those distinct, sharp eyes in our wolf ….the fact that you can see them so clearly, and tell so easily where they are looking, isn’t an accident.

Read article at Do wolves communicate with their eyes? | Conservation.

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