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Buck writhed his lips into the preliminary of a snarl, but sniffed noses with him, Whereupon the old wolf sat down, pointed nose at the moon, and broke out the long wolf howl.
Wolves make other sounds--they bark, growl and yip--but howls are the only ones that travel long distances.
The first step in managing this problem is to determine why he howls.
The team's computer program analyses both volume (or amplitude) and pitch (or frequency) of wolf howls.
Canid vocal responses include barks, group howls and group-yip howls for coyotes (Lehner 1982) and lone howls and chorus howls for wolves (Harrington & Mech 1982, Gazzola et al.
Ginsberg, a star performer of his own work, emphasized the agonized howl in "Howl.
The ultrasonic tones it emitted, undetectable to the human ear, often caused dogs to flinch and howl.
Cats, wolves, and winds make lonely howls, bugles blast.
MY wife and I have a good sex life but every time she orgasms she howls like a wolf.
There I howled my primal howl, howling as a beast howls until my cry scraped like brick against brick.
Wilderness does not howl It is the imagination of The traveller that howls