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Alpha - Wolves By John Banovich

Alpha - Wolves by John Banovich

"Depending on prey densities, wolf packs control territories from 50 to 100 square miles. A pack hierarchy starts with the alpha wolf of each sex. Beta is the next in a line that continues to the bottom omega wolf.

When wolves meet, they change their postures to reflect their standing in the pack. Dominant wolves stand tall, with tails up and ears forward, staring directly at lower ranking members. Submissive wolves crouch, tuck their tails, fold their ears down and back, and often curl their upper lips to bare their teeth. This signals that they are frightened and defensive, but also warns that they will fight if provoked." ~ John Banovich. The artist painted three wolves in the winter snow.

Types Dimensions Edition Size Price Cart
Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Giclee' Canvas 30 x 28 Image Size 75 $725.00

Signed & Numbered Artist Proof Edition Giclee' Canvas 30 x 28 Image Size 7 $870.00

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