White Wolf Raven King - Canvas
Ravens and wolves help each other survive the winter. Being land-based, wolves rely on their sense of smell and eyesight to locate prey but the Raven has the gift of flight and can sight a fallen animal over greater distances.
Depending on the wind currents, wolves can miss carrion altogether and face starvation as a result. Ravens' beaks are not sharp enough to break through hide and fur, so they alert their wolf friends, guiding them to the fallen animal. The wolves, with their sharp teeth, open the hides and eat their fill of muscle and tissue, leaving the tendons and bones for the Ravens, who come in afterwards to fill their bellies with nourishment.
Beautiful art on canvas, printed with archival inks on museum-grade canvas, custom-built frames with BC sustainably sourced fir and hemlock, professionally printed and constructed in British Columbia, Canada. Canvas prints are 1.75” deep and ready-to-hang.
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