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Meet Rare Sea Wolves Who Live Off The Ocean And Can Swim For Hours.

Along the wild Pacific coast of British Columbia, there lives a population of the sea wolves.

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“We know from… DNA studies that these wolves are genetically distinct from their continental kin”

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“They are behaviourally distinct, swimming from island to island and preying on sea animals

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The wolves “are smaller in size and physically different from their mainland counterparts”

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They are excellent swimmers that can do 7.5 miles in a go

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90 percent of their diet is seafood as these creatures live off an ocean

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Thanks to photographer Ian McAllister, who captured the magnificence of this species…

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We can take a better look into their lives in fairy-tale like natural surroundings.

Credits : Huffing Post

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