There is a touching video online of a wildlife worker named Danielle interacting with an eight-year-old wolf named Kekoa. The wolf lives at the Colorado Wolf And Wildlife Center. Kekoa is a lot like other wolfs. However, unlike many other wolfs, he enjoys being around humans. Kekoa is a grey wolf, which are known for being social animals. They also travel in packs.
Kekoa lived at the Seacrest Wolf Preserve before he lived at the Colorado Wolf And Wildlife Center. He is a handsome guy who enjoys spending time with other people. He loves to put his paws on people, and he towers over people. Kekoa also loves to kiss Danielle on her face.
Danielle has also always had a passion for nature and animals. Kekoa is used to being around people because he was bottle-fed when he was a baby. Even though Kekoa has been around people since the day he was born, he is still considered a wild animal. Kekoa acts like a wild animal when he is around his sister.
Grey wolves are severely endangered because they have been hunted so much. Most of the grey wolves in Europe have died out. Fortunately, many wolves in Asia, Alaska and Canada have survived. Grey wolves work together to hunt deer, elk and moose. If the pack has a puppy, then they all work together to help it.