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Of the Snowey Owl Arctic Wolf Spirit Animals

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Stunning black and white portraits of exotic zoo creatures Snowy owl. (AlexTeuscher/BNPS)

Stunning black and white images of zoo animals Arctic Wolf. (AlexTeuscher/BNPS)

Aniwaya This is the “Wolf Clan”.[6] The Aniwaya, or Wolf Clan, has been known throughout time to be the largest clan. During the time of the Peace Chief and War Chief government setting, the War Chief would come from this clan. Wolves are known as protectors. Historically, the Wolf Clan was the largest and most important among the Cherokee.[9]

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    Of the Cherokee Wolf Pack

    In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, a red wolf runs at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

    In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, a Mexican wolf sits on the ground at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

    In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, Alawa, a Rocky Mountain wolf, walks through the grass at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

    In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, a breeding pair of Mexican wolves look around their enclosure at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

    In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, red wolves walk around their enclosure at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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