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In the wild, wolves and crows (and ravens) are frequently found in each other's company. The crows fly ahead of the wolf pack to locate prey. In exchange, the grateful wolves leave behind a few tasty morsels for the scavenging crows. There is also evidence that the two species simply enjoy being around each other, as wolves and crows are commonly observed exhibiting playful behavior with one another.

In the wild, wolves and crows (and ravens) are frequently found in each other's company. The crows fly ahead of the wolf pack to locate prey. In exchange, the grateful wolves leave behind a few tasty morsels for the scavenging crows. There is also evidence that the two species simply enjoy being around each other, as wolves and crows are commonly observed exhibiting playful behavior with one another.

Holi, Festival of Colours  Photo: Poras Chaudhary

Holi, Festival of Colours Photo: Poras Chaudhary

When you walk with naked feet, how can you ever forget the earth?  ~ Carl Jung

When you walk with naked feet, how can you ever forget the earth? ~ Carl Jung