Taylor Marie Hill. She skips down the shore laughing, throwing back her salty, beach-infused hair, and her dress billows on and around her body (in the breeze?), tracing her curves, the cotton pressing sweetly against her skin. Or beachy, salt-infused hair? Nah. The beach has filled her with her joy. Those crashing waves. Seagulls (carefree, like her). Sunshine.
Chapter 10: "Only when they reach maturity (around two years old) are wolves able to pay sufficient attention to understand and follow a human's pointing gesture. 'They are on a different developmental path from dogs,'" said Friederike Range from the Wolf Science Center in Ernstbrunn, Austria.