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December

In winter the wolf's thick coat keeps them warm even on the coldest nights, they have practically no body heat loss through their fur (snow will not melt on a wolf's fur). At night the wolf curls up, it covers its nose with its long tail. What this does is hold the warm air exhaled over the feet and nose, warming them. When the wolf inhales the air is filtered through the tail and is warmed by the exhaled air before it is breathed in.