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Study finds which dogs are more likely to reply to wolf howls
From the Independent in the UK:
A study that evaluated the reactions of dogs to wolf howls has found conclusive evidence that some breeds were more likely to reply with their own howls than others.
Wolves typically use howls for long-distance communication with others, to mark territory boundaries and to define the position of other wolves, which, in most cases, also reply with howling, explained scientists, including those from Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary.