Arctic wolves depend on reindeer or caribou for a major part of their diet. An adult, healthy reindeer is capable of outrunning a wolf, but the wolf adopts stealth, stamina and group strategy
to bring it down. Caribou avoid wolves by sleeping on the frozen lakes in winters. The lives of the wolf and the caribou are delicately intertwined. A wolf pack must make a caribou kill before the deer migrate in search of pastures, or else young members of the pack would be subjected to starvation.
Maybe Rudolph’s shining red nose would make good ketchup for his canine Arctic foe! Merry Christmas!
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