Wolf Tattoo has become a very popular tattoo among animal tattoos because of its rich symbolic meaning and ambiguous meaning. Due to its wide spread in North America, Europe and Asia, the wolf is a powerful mythological symbol and spiritual symbol in many cultures around the world.
On the one hand, people fear and hate wolves, and associate them with ghosts, evil creatures and wolf mania; On the other hand, they are regarded as animal guides, symbolizing positive qualities such as loyalty, courage, loyalty or victory.
Lobo is not only a “giant” among wolves, but also the largest of all canids. However, due to habitat destruction and human hunting, the number of North American gray wolves is decreasing.
Lobo is good at swimming. When it is in danger, it jumps into the water to eliminate its smell and get rid of the pursuit of the enemy. They have amazing bite force. A North American gray wolf can easily kill two kangao or Tibetan mastiffs.
With a strong body, sharp claws, flexible skills and unity, Lobo is one of the most important members of the natural food chain. Today, the largest gray wolf in the world is the North American gray wolf. They mainly live in the northern United States, Canada and other places.