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This is a group that was created for those who love wolves of all kinds, and is a place to share art that people have created featuring these beautiful, mysterious, and wonderful creatures.
Like most clubs and groups, there are rules that must be followed by all members to ensure peace and harmony within the community, and everyone who is a member, and those who want to be, must follow them.
Please read and follow these rules carefully, for violation of these rules could result in a member being banned from the group.
All wolf art will be accepted automatically by the group, but if any piece disregards the rules, it will be deleted from the gallery. If the piece is edited so it complies with the rules, it may be added again. Submissions by any member or visitor to Featured require two votes by administrators to be accepted into the folder. Also, any piece that is submitted to the wrong folder, may be moved by an administrator into the correct folder.
Stamps to be submitted to the Stamps folder.
Submissions for all members is limited to 3 a day. This is because there are so many group members who want to upload their art. Please respect the submission limit.
All images that have ‘questionable’ content (such as large amounts of blood and gore) MUST be marked MATURE for the comfort of all members. (Not everyone is accustomed to seeing blood and guts, and we don’t want to make anyone uncomfortable.) Please respect the other members.
On stolen art:
Copied, traced, or otherwise stolen art will cause the member to be immediately banned from the group. If you used lineart or got pictures off the internet, a source must be credited. If you wish to report a possible theft, please contact one of the administrators through a note.
Code of Conduct:
If you are being rude, trolling, degrading, or otherwise harassing any member of the group you will be banned from the group. We want this place to be a sanctuary for people who love wolves, and love drawing them, so please be kind to your fellow deviants.
We wish to thank you for your additions to our group, be it your art, or your membership, and we also would like to thank you for following these rules. Please, let us make this a nice and safe place for people to post their art and love of all things wolf!
If you have any suggestions, or think that something does not make sense, please let us know so that we can correct the problem.
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Ancient Hybrids"Should the red wolf prove to be a distinct species, our results support the idea of either an ancient hybrid origin for red wolves or a shared common ancestor between coyotes and red wolves." - Brzeski et al.Ancient Hybrids by sulfide
A new paper, just published in the Journal of Heredity, looked at ancient DNA sampled from teeth of pre-Columbian eastern canids from Pennsylvania and Alabama. The authors rejected the hypothesis that gray wolves were the dominant canid in the southeast 500–2,000 years ago because they detected novel ancient DNA (aDNA) that grouped with the New World canid clade. Similar to contemporary mtDNA studies that documented little phylogenetic structuring of coyotes or gray wolves, there is a lack of geographic structure to the ancient genomes. This is the result of the coyote and wolf's ability to disperse very far. The authors generated three possible hypotheses t
Stick Your Nose Into ThisNEW RESEARCH LIBRARY ON RWC WEBSITE! CHECK IT OUT!Stick Your Nose Into This by sulfide
Thanks to the effort, time and energy of a prominent researcher, there are about 100 papers and documents available on the Red Wolf Coalition's website for anyone interested in red wolves. Thanks also to their webmaster and board vice-chair Mark MacAllister for putting this page up on their site.
The papers are divided into categories:
Inbreeding and Disease Papers
Management and Conservation Papers
Subjectivity of Subspecies"Among taxonomists, definitions of subspecies are a source of considerable disagreement…the scientific community has some level of comfort with the subjective nature of subspecies classification…" - Haig SMSubjectivity of Subspecies by sulfide
I have come across a few people that seem to hold the taxonomic positions of wolves as some sort of gospel. When mentioning gray wolves, specifically Mexican wolves (Canis lupus baileyi), they will kick and scream saying these are the most genetically distinct types of wolves and they are also the most endangered. However, there is one question that these folks cannot seem to answer. For you see, the Mexican gray wolf recovery project is now attempting to push its way into Utah, while at the same time reclaim the
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Free Canine Headshot Raffle CLOSEDFree Canine Headshot Raffle CLOSED by Wolf-SiSi
!!! It will take some time, because I do not have much time now. !!!
1. #21 TheBlackHollow-98
( I must choose another winner because old winner did not react on my messages )
2. #10 TinyCat000 (Do you have ref. sheet please?:c )
Do you want it with background or without background?
Thanks you all for joining
If you not win, don't worry. There will be more raffles
Thank you guys for supporting me c:
So, I've made this for you
1. Be a watcher ( watch me only if you like my work )
2. Make a journal
3. Post your OC and I'll give you a number
4. Not remove the watch if don't win or if you win, please.
!!! I'll draw only canine !!!
! There will be 2 winners !
1. place - headsho