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Winter is the time of little light, throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Within the forested area are regions that have very little human population except for the native people of Alaska. Because with the darkness comes biting devastating cold. The most northern reaches are home to many animals, among them the white wolves.
Their coats are white so they can blend into the snow as they jump with leaps and bounds after their prey. Wolves are very affectionate even more as the sun starts to lighten their day for longer periods of time at this time starts the wolves mating rituals. There is an actual courtship or bonding period in which they run and play vocalizing their feelings and rolling together in the snow and this leads to mating and allowing the babies to be born in the spring. Unlike domestic dogs they remain true to their mates all their lives.
Alaskan wolves are not hunted as fiercely as other species of wolves since Alaska is one of the coldest places on Earth.