Wherein Mr. Wolf loses his skin. This specimen was legally obtained through a salvage permit granted by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. It is being used for research and educational purposes.
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SPECIAL THANKS TO Liz Bradley for donating the wolf, and to James Goerz and Kari Workman for all of their assistance in this process. You guys are champions.
Extra special thanks to Vítek Zach, Deanna Mavis, Martina Šafusová, Lorena Pimentel Villaça, Jenny Grøterud, Nur Iskandar bin Nuruddinm, Evan Liao, Giulia Mancini, Hervé Saint Raymond, Linamaria Gallegos Mayorga, and Seth Bergenholtz for providing transcripts and translations of the videos. We appreciate it so much!
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