Steampunk Wolf Statue, Animals, Wolves & Steampunk Statues, Steampunk Howling Wolf Statue

Steampunk Wolf Statue, Animals, Wolves & Steampunk Statues, Steampunk Howling Wolf Statue

Steampunk Howling Wolf Statue

This cool Steampunk Wolf Statue features the fur of this majestic creature, with gold, silver and bronze gears sticking out from the fur, as though the wolf were mechanical. Creatively crafted from polyresin, the statue is handpainted, and has wonderful detail. He makes a great gift for lovers of all things steampunk. This is a futuristic cyborg wolf howling at the moon. He is a robotic steampunk prototype with sculpted gears and steampunk gas chamber technology. This wolf is a ferocious hunter, unparalleled in speed, agility and killer instinct. Wolves are not wild dogs. Although wolves and dogs share a common ancestor and many characteristics, they are classified as different animals: Canis Lupus (the gray wolf) and Canis Lupus Familiaris (the domestic dog). Wolves and dogs each have many subspecies or breeds. Wolves do not howl at the moon.

They howl to communicate with each other. Howling is the most direct way of communicating across long distances, and is especially important in areas where wolf territories are vast. A Howl can communicate things like a wolf’s location, warnings about predators, and the position of prey. Wolves howl for more reasons than we’ll ever know. They howl day or night, not just when there is a full moon. They even have daily howling choruses with their own packs, which can be one way of strengthening member bonds. The myth that wolves howl at the moon may stem from the fact that ancient people probably ventured outside more often when there was a full moon, since it offers more light for navigating in the dark. Steampunk Howling Wolf Statue sizes: 5.5 inches / 14 cm x 3.5 inches / 9 cm x 7.5 inches / 19 cm.


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