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Video: Incredible Capture of a Lone Wolf Howling at Close Range

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The sound of a wolf howling is just beyond cool.

For those of us that have been privileged to hear the call of a wolf in the wild, it's one sound that's truly unforgettable. With the ability to carry six miles through a forest or up to ten miles through a treeless landscape, a wolf's call has three primary uses. It can be used to rally the pack to meet up, to let the pack know of a member's location or as a warning signal to outside wolves to stay out of a pack's territory.

Derrick Allen filmed the following clip in northern Ontario. As you're about to see, a casual cruise down a country road led to an unexpected and incredible interaction.

Turn up your speakers for this video:

What I would not have seen with my own eyes living in the big city!

Posted by Derrick Allen on Saturday, October 14, 2017

Any guess as to which reason this lone wolf was howling? If I had to choose, I'd say it was to let the pack know of its location.

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Video: Incredible Capture of a Lone Wolf Howling at Close Range