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An insight into the behaviour of wolves within the pack

Wolf behaviour expert Shaun Ellis learnt about wolves and how they work together by actually living with them!

Wolf behaviour expert Shaun Ellis has learnt about the physicality and psyche of wolves and how they work together by actually living with them! In 2005, three abandoned wolf pups led Shaun to make a daring move, raising a pack of wolves in captivity by living with them...as a wolf, teaching them by example how to survive in the wild. Through his experience of becoming an integral part of the wolf pack, and having a specific role within the group, he has a unique insight into one of the most complex models of group behaviour. In this detailed talk he will explain what it was like to work with the wolves from inside the pack and how they live and help each other. Through Shaun’s experience he will guide you through his insights into pack behaviour and provide you with his improved ideas on how to deal with your own animals. Shaun Ellis had his documentary on wolves aired on Channel 5 last year he also featured in a recent ITV1 documentary on the ancestry of domestic dogs presented by Martin Clunes


Shaun Ellis | talks


Date and Time:

9 July 2010 at 7:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Glyndwr University
Mold Road
LL11 2AW
01978 293466

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