In Wallowa County, an Oregon wildlife biologist captured this truly remarkable footage of a lone wolf pup howling for a response from its Snake River pack. According to GrindTV.com, Roblyn Brown, assistant wolf coordinator for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, said to have footage of this quality and length of a wild wolf pup is extremely rare. After three howls, the pup is taken by surprise when it receives a response from a pack member deeper in the forest, and soon several wolves chime in as well.
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