Note that one of the hunters also has an eagle.
Hat tip to Sir Terence Clark.
wow, those are badass hunting dogs. I almost feel bad for the wolf, but I’ve seen what they do to their prey.
I’m thinking the wolf had some problems — it was alone, not part of a pack. It probably got kicked out out left behind for being unhealthy. Maybe?
Went to an exhibit on falconry and learned that in the societies that use eagles for hunting (Mongolian and Kyrgyzstani), the guy that carries the eagle has a nifty thing to help hold his arm up because those birds are heavy. Even so, they have extremely strong arms. It really was quite fascinating.
Wrong K-stan! Oops! It’s Kazakhstan. And apparently, the wolves in that area travel in small packs — usually six to eight.
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