The arctic wolf is another polar species. Once photographed, its silky white coat invites the viewer to dream of softness and comfort.
In these areas, there are also huskies, the famous sled dogs. Although not arctic wolves, they live in the same climatic conditions.
The wolf of British Columbia, in western Canada, is a species similar to the Alaskan wolf. Without being an animal of the ice floe, the northern wolf is an animal living in very low temperatures. It was captured by Paul NICKLEN in photographs reflecting his wild state, while emphasizing the softness of his gaze.