Wolves were originally thought to be extinct in Yellowstone National Park, but they’ve since resurfaced and are prospering.
For conservationists, the wolves’ reappearance is a reward in and of itself. Even so, one might argue that this particular wolf pack found a method to say “thank you.”
Yellowstone National Park recently revealed some adorable film from a wolf study trail camera that had been set up in the woods. When the camera captures their attention, a group of wolves is seen wandering down a snowy road.
Rather of just passing by and paying no attention to the strange contraption, the first wolf in line approaches it, giving it a close-up and even a few kisses.
The remainder of the gang appears soon after. And, as you’ll see, they’re rather photogenic to begin with: