Wolves are very social animals who live in surprisingly well-organized packs and family units.
This organization and cooperation provide the wolves with many benefits such as better hunting, defending territory, raising pups, and more.
This particular family is headed up by parents Rosa and Alleno and is overall 11 members strong.
The nine pups were all born in the spring of 2018, read more about them in this article by the WCC by clicking here.
Here’s a video of the pups at the center when they were still very young: