Heroism and slapstick humour: Wolf behaviour can be amazingly human

Rick McIntyre

National Parks Service/Neal Herbert

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I loved everything about dinosaurs, so I wanted to be a vertebrate palaeontologist.

Were you good at science at school?


I did well enough. Reading Walden; or, A Life in the Woods by Henry David Thoreau inspired me to work in a nature-related career.

What is it about wolves that you find so interesting?

I worked at Denali National Park in Alaska for 15 summers after college and originally was most interested in grizzly …

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Heroism and slapstick humour: Wolf behaviour can be amazingly human