Kim Scott of the Endangered Wolf Center in Gray Summit, Mo., explains on Friday why wolves howl. Scott, director of animal care and conservation, said wolves learn to howl from their parents. The center functions as a breeding and species rehabilitation site for endangered species like the Mexican gray wolf.
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