By Jason Baker
Carved by Jason Baker
7"h. x 15"w. x 1"d.
The wolf was noted by the Kwakwaka'wakw as first in rank of the animals. In myth he was the first to initiate young humans into the winter dance ceremonial. The wolf's head is long, with sharp muzzle and flat snout, usually slanted backward. The ears are narrow, either erect or flattened. Upper or lower teeth, or sometimes both rows, are shown, with two or four fangs as a rule.
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