The Black Wolf is a melanistic colour variant of the grey wolf (Canis lupus). Genetic research has shown that wolves with black pelts owe their distinctive coloration to a mutation which occurred in domestic dogs, and was carried to wolves through wolf-dog hybridisation.
My dream was in was surrounded by tall green corn field, which grows where I live and i was being pulled on a sled of sort by lil wolves. I remember seen black scary wolves on both sides, growling and staring at me. i was so scared, but for some reason they let me through. ohh the pictures give me chills.
Stalker-first encounter\nThis young Black wolf approaches assuming his stalking stance.\nWhile a large wolf is not normally a threat to humans they can take on a frightening appearance.\nI encounters this beautiful specimen while photographing other subjects with a large telephoto lens.