The Sea Wolves
The Sea Wolves sets out to disprove the notion of "the Big Bad
Wolf," especially as it is applied to coastal wolves—a unique strain
of wolf that lives in the rainforest along the Pacific coast of
Canada. Genetically distinct from their inland cousins and from
wolves in any other part of the world, coastal wolves can swim
like otters and fish like the bears with whom they share the
rainforest. Smaller than the gray wolves that live on the other side
of the Coast Mountains, these wolves are highly social and fiercely
Living in the isolated wilderness of the Great Bear Rainforest,
coastal wolves have also enjoyed a unique relationship with man.
The First Nations people, who have shared their territory for
thousands of years, do not see them as a nuisance species but
instead have long offered the wolf a place of respect and
admiration within their culture.