From Nat Geo:
Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic
At Canada’s western edge, beachcombing wolves swim between islands, eating whatever the sea serves up. Relatives babysit youngsters such as these at rendezvous sites, and their parents bring them food until they’re old enough to hunt—and beachcomb—with the pack. Coastal wolves can get as much as 90 percent of their food from the sea.