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A little visit to the zoo on sunday and voila!

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Superb looking animal,i love #3

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Thanks, the pack was co-operative that day. :)

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#3 looks almost petlike.... nice shot.

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Excellent captures, I like the last shot the most.

Post #5, Mar 07, 2006 18:37:47


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Nice pictures! I saw 2 wolves in the wild the other day (Jasper NP) but unfortunately, they went too quickly in the forest and the only shot I have is really blurry :-(

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Thanks for the nice comments.

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Waow!! I love this last picture!!!

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Beautiful shot of an Arctic Wolf (Canis lupus arctos). Beautiful animal.

Post #9, Mar 09, 2006 12:45:30 as a reply to DDA's post 5 minutes earlier.


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And if you look really hard into his eyes you can see me leaning over the rail.....lol

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Nice shots...

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Beautiful shots !!

Post #12, Mar 09, 2006 18:34:00 as a reply to Jon Foster's post 16 minutes earlier.


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Peitolm wrote:
#3 looks almost petlike.... nice shot.

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Hardly...


The #3 is awesome!

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Great shots of this wonderful animal!

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Cool shots. Gettings shots like that at our nearby zoo takes a lot of time and patience. The last 2 are lovely and sharp. You've made the most of the elevated position you have to use.

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