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26th Mar 2012 5:34pm | By Rebecca Kent
A woman who returned to a pack of wolves she socialised with for two years received a reception as if they were her own dogs.
The four wolves reacted with pure tail-wagging, canine joy to see the woman only known as Anita, who got to know them at the Polar Zoo in Salangsdalen, Norway – the world’s northernmost zoo.
Anita was away from the wolves for two months before returning to the wolf orgy.
The scenes are remarkable when you consider humans and wolves have not traditionally mixed.
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