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The main feature distinguishing the haplotype for the "Northeastern Deep Forest Honey Color Coated Golden Brush Wolf" from the domesticated Golden Retriever is the Honey Wolf's ability to howl.  


This howl is produced by the Honey  Wolf whenever it hears the sounds of a small woodland creature crying for its Mom.  In the attached file, a squeaky-toy was used to replicate this sound although the howl is frequently self-induced.

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