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Jewel made entirely by hand by the Italian craftsman Gianmarco Fontana. Ring made of 925 Silver, which is part of the "ANIMAL'S HUGS" collection depicting a wolf.

The gray wolf (Canis lupus Linnaeus, 1758), also called common wolf or simply wolf, is a lupine canid, present in remote areas of North America and Eurasia. It is the largest in its family, with an average weight of 43–45 kg for males, and 36–38.5 kg for females. Beyond the size, the gray wolf is distinguished from other members of the genus Canis by its muzzle and less pointed ears.Its winter coat is long and thick, predominantly variegated gray in color. Some specimens also have white, red, brown or black coats.
It is the most specialized species of the Canis in adapting to cooperative big game, as evidenced by its gregarious nature and advanced body language. Nonetheless, it is still genetically close enough to other Canis, including the coyote and golden jackal to produce hybrids. Its closest relative is the domestic dog, with which it shares a common ancestor that it split 14,900 years ago.
He is the only Canis present in both the old and the new world. The wolf first appeared in Eurasia in the Pleistocene, arriving in North America at least three times during the Rancholabreana era. It is a social animal, whose social group consists of a nuclear family. The wolf is typically an alpha predator, seriously threatened only by humans and tigers. It mainly feeds on large ungulates, but also on smaller animals, livestock, carrion and garbage.