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And that yawns are down and baying is up. Lovely photographs, and a gentle catch though
as you say, the eyes alert.
Yes, it’s a very different position from baying, something which I have yet to photograph. Some day though.
I used to bay with my fabulous chocolate Labrador. I’d immitate the position of his
head and neck, and he’d look at me, then launch. Incredible primitive delight.
I was amazed to see that he actually made a perfectly round circle with his lips/muzzle!
I am sure it can also be done with wolves and coyotes. The tricky part is making sure
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