These rare sea wolves live off the ocean and they can swim for hours and are very smart

Wolves are regarded as one of the top predators in European and North American forests.

And, despite the fact that they are primarily carnivorous beasts who subsist on tiny animals they kill, there appears to be a population of sea wolves that consume seafood.

These rare sea wolves live off the ocean and they can swim for hours and are very smart

This serves as a reminder that wildlife is continuously changing, and that animals may quickly adapt to any habitat.

These uncommon wolves dwell near the Pacific coast of British Columbia and appear to differ significantly from their cousins.

One significant distinction between these secretive wolves and their continental counterparts is that they eat only fish, mostly salmon.

As a result, they are easily classified as a pescatarian wolf species.

These rare sea wolves live off the ocean and they can swim for hours and are very smart

Another distinguishing feature of these sea wolves is their capacity to swim for hours in quest of food.

“Our farthest record [of their swimming skills] is to an archipelago 7.5 miles from the nearest shore,” Raincoast Conservation Foundation scientific director Chris Darimont told National Geographic.

These rare sea wolves live off the ocean and they can swim for hours and are very smart

Because of their foreign surroundings, these wolves “are smaller in stature and physically distinct from their mainland counterparts,” according to Darimont.

“They have specific behavioral characteristics, swimming from island to island and preying on marine creatures.”

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