A documentary about living with Wolves narrated by Liev Schreiber. Wolves have been characterized as ruthless animals with no characteristics other than the lust for blood, determined to break this misconception, documentary film makers Jim and Jaime Dutcher spent six years living with an untamed pack of them in the wilderness of Idaho. Wolves are indeed predators capable of tearing a man to pieces but as the Dutchers gain the trust of the pack they somewhat become a part of it and are allowed to see the intimate traits of these extremely intelligent animals.
A wolf documentary that breaks all boundaries and reveals the details of life in a wolf pack. Its a heart warming film between human and predator minus the canine savagery dogma using years of crafted cinematography that will give you a new perception of this iconic animal.
Some facts about Wolves:
Wolves are the largest members of the dog family.
Once a wolf has found a mate, they usually stay together for life.
Average life span in the wild: 6 to 8 years
Wolf pups are born deaf and blind while weighing around 0.5 kg (1 lb). It takes about 8 months before they are old enough to actively join in wolf pack hunts.
Wolves have about 200 million scent cells. Humans have only about 5 million. As a result their sense of smell is good for about 1.6km
Although wolves are usually afraid of humans, they will respond to human howls