When snow falls, wolves chill out, according to a recent study from the University of Alberta.Over two winters, researchers looked at the movements of grey wolves near Fort McMurray, Alta. in conjunction with data on snowfall in the area.”We found that on the night that it was snowing, wolves rested more than they travelled, and when they travelled, they travelled slower than on other days when there wasn’t any snowfall,” Amanda Droghini, a former master’s student with the biology department.

Source: Chill out: Wolves take snow days too, says study | CBC News