Publication: Gaze following abilities in wolves (Canis lupus)

February 2011

Wolf Geronimo follows the gaze of the female wolf Tatonga Photo: Friederike Range Image 1 of 1 Open lightbox

By following the gaze of others, animals gain important information on social interactions and on their survival. But only a few species like great apes and ravens own the cognitive ability of doing it, even when they have to move around a barrier to look at that, what is seen by the other. For more information click here.

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