A 2018 nature documentary which follows an Arctic Wolf Pack living on Ellesmere Island at the most northerly point of North America.
White wolves are some of the toughest animals on the planet as they thrive in some of the harshest weather conditions mother nature can produce. These hunters battle to get enough food for their cubs every day in temperatures that can drop to 40 degrees below zero, and gale-force Arctic winds.
This Arctic Wolf Pack documentary follows the predators through the end of winter and into spring.
White Wolf facts:
Scientific Name: Canis lupus arctos
Lifespan: 7 years, 20 in captivity
Predators and Threats: Polar bears, other wolves, humans.
Habitat: Arctic: along the northern edge of the North American continent and northward to the North Pole, as well as along the eastern and northern shores of Greenland.