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Alpha and Omega III by Lupinicious Alpha and Omega III by Lupinicious
Despite the name, this one is a prequel to the other two photos of the "series" - it's not really a series either, since this has been taken a week earlier, where we had sunny weather.

But the subject is never-ending: the omega male (in front) defending himself against the attacks of the alpha female (in the back).

Usually I am not a fan of motion-blur, but in this case I found it acceptable, as I think it suits the mood of the photo.

More of this "series":

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Skylark23 Featured By Owner May 29, 2013
Oh my god before I read the description I thought the Alpha was the one in front XD I didn't know Omega's could be so vicious.
VampireSessh Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Mind if I use this as a reference sometime? I'll credit you. :3
Lupinicious Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012   Photographer
Sure, go ahead :-)
RabbyoSaberwolves Featured By Owner May 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Featured by #x-Wolf-Paws-x
Kenji1801 Featured By Owner May 9, 2012
Like my younger brother always beats me and my even younger brother for the past 5 years!
Worst-case scenario, I will inject my brother with a tranquilizer while he is on a rampage.
MagnetFox Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I'm curious as to why the female drove off the other females? For one, how did she do it? Secondly, why did the other wolves not react to it? And thirdly, why did she do it? I'm unfamiliar with wolf behaviors..
Lupinicious Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012   Photographer
Female wolves usually don't want any competitors in the pack, so they are pretty serious about it. How she did it? Basically she killed them (or hurt them so badly that they had to be put to sleep, I don't know any details). Why did the other wolves not react? It's none of their business, and getting into that stuff might get themselves into trouble too. Chances are they will join the alpha in picking on the victims rather.
MagnetFox Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Waw. I wasn't aware how agressive wolves are.. I guess I should take it more serious when I go on walks in trails, not to walk into a pack.
Lupinicious Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2012   Photographer
Well, this is intraspecific aggression which is highly ritualized. This is also due to the captive setting - omegas are non-existent in the wild.
Nevertheless, wolves like any other wild animal are unpredictable and as such you should always be careful not to walk into any wild animal :-) However, wolves will usually notice you long before you notice them and they will make sure to keep a safe distance.
HisAngel1 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
"OH no you didn't! Hold my earrings!"
Nice action photography :3
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