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This very young Timber Wolf pup is starting to venture out of their den. It’s a big new world out there.
Taken in Quebec, Canada
Nikon D3001/160F6.7ISO 640EV 0.00Spot MeteringNo Flash550 MMMonopod
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How wonderful! The little guy needs his face washed by Mom!
Thank you very much, Jan
– Michael Cummings
OH! He is cute no matter the red soil on his face…that’s what makes him so charming!
Thank you very much, Lorraine
So cute… I was thinking 5 weeks at first, but now closer to 3 weeks. Great capture.
Actually Bunny, you are probably correct with the 5 weeks as they stay in the Den for 3-4 before they come out.
Great capture, Michael!
Thank you very much, Aunt Dot
Look at those blue eyes…what a precious little wolf. Wonderful timing and beautiful capture. Thanks for sharing! Louise
It is almost too bad they have to loose the blue coloured eyes.
your work is stunning
Thank you very much, John. I really appreciate the compliment
Just wonderful … looks like those eyes are not long open !
No I am thinking like Bunny mentioned about 5 weeks old at this point.
Thank you Rob :-)
Thank you very much for the feature Yool :-)
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