Animals in North America
"...Did you know that because of the climate Arctic wolves have never been hunted by mankind as much as their relatives further south?"
The arctic wolf is a completely white subspecies of the grey wolf. Its coat consists of a thick, isolating undercoat and longer hair on the top. Besides the coat the arctic wolf has a shorter snout and smaller ears than other wolves. Shorter limbs are helping the wolf to keep its body warm. It can actually regulate which body parts should be kept warmer than others. This way arctic wolves are perfectly equipped when temperatures reach -45 grades.
Due to the cold climate, arctic wolves have not been hunted very much by humans. This could explain why they aren't as shy as their grey relatives in the south.
On the map you can find where the different animal feedings take place